Nicht-zu-knacken“Nicht zu knacken” ist ein Buch über die zehn faszinierendsten Rätsel der Verschlüsslungstechnik.

Aus dem Inhalt:

  • Das berühmte Voynich-Manuskript, ein verschlüsseltes Buch aus dem Mittelalter, das nie gelöst wurde.
  • Eine mysteriöse Leiche mit einer ebenfalls mysteriösen verschlüsselten Botschaft in der Tasche
  • Ungelöste Enigma-Codes aus dem Zweiten Weltkrieg
  • Ein verblüffend einfacher und doch nahezu unknackbarer Spionage-Code aus dem Kalten Krieg
  • und einiges mehr.

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Kommentare (3)

  1. #1 Menno Knul
    NL
    30. Januar 2014

    Mr. Schmeh,

    It is absolutely not certain, that the Voynich MS is an encrypted book. As long as the script has not been identified no one can tell for sure wether the text is in natural language or in code. From my own analysis of character frequency and distribution of the Voynich MS Latin has the best chance.

    • #2 Klaus Schmeh
      30. Januar 2014

      You are right. I often say “the Voynich manuscript is an encrypted book”, but of course this is simplified.

      >From my own analysis of character frequency and distribution
      Is there anything you can provide me? I am very interested in Voynich text statistics. I have given a talk about this topic at the “Voynich 100” in 2012: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHrfgFAVgvw

  2. #3 Menno Knul
    NL
    31. Januar 2014

    For the statistiscs I refer to my website s. http://www.rodinbook.nl/codexvoynichschrift.html

    The relevant statistics are in the table on the right, which is the Voynich letter frequency table. Unfortunately my website is in Dutch.

    As a next tpoic you may be interested in, is the Agapeyeff cipher on which I am working recently. I think I can ”demonstrate’ that it is a dictionary code. The dictionary code is a complete new option for the d’Agapeyeff cipher. Work in progress. In this case the text is in English.