Tag: Enigma

Enigma Crib Analysis

The enigma machine was used in World War II to encrypt secret messages.

During World War II, Enigma machines were used by the Germans to encrypt and decrypt military radio communications. An Enigma machine consists of a complex sets of interconnected rotors used to performs substitution and transposition ciphers to encrypt data. The

Turing-Welchman Bombe Simulator


In our Enigma – mission X challenge, we looked at how the Enigma machine was used by the Germans during WWII to encrypt radio communications and how code breakers were assigned the job to crack the code of the Enigma

Enigma Daily Settings Generator


Before attempting this challenge, you should familiarise yourself with the Enigma machine by completing the Enigma Mission X challenge. Code Books were used by the Germans to list all the settings needed to set up the Enigma machines before starting

Enigma – Mission X Challenge


Dear code breaker, I am contacting you from Bletchley Park as we are intercepting an increased volume of encrypted radio signals. We are working day and night to break the enigma codes that the German Navy are updating every day.

Enigma Machine Emulator

The enigma machine was used in World War II to encrypt secret messages.

The Enigma machines are a series of electro-mechanical rotor cipher machines. The first machines were invented at the end of World War I by German engineer Arthur Scherbius and were mainly used to protect commercial, diplomatic and military communication. Enigma