Gerry Haynaly has deciphered the encrypted diary I recently introduced. Here’s how he did it.
Blog reader Christof Rieber has sent me a potential solution of a major crypto mystery: the encrypted passages of Lady Gewndolen’s diary. Is Christof’s deciphering attempt correct?
Ignaz Meyer, a Bavarian teacher and town writer, wrote an encrypted diary. The content of this joural gives interesting insights into the life of a 19th century individual who had a drinking problem and was not very successful in his job.
In the 19th century, a sailor working on the Great Lakes kept an encrypted diary. Can a reader decipher it?
A French magazine article reports on an encrypted diary written by a pedophile priest. The plaintext is not known to me. Can a reader break it?
Canadian artist Zen Rankin has published two encrypted messages he created in his youth days. Can a reader break them?
Siegfried Schwabl (born 1917) from the Salzburg area, Austria, wrote an encrypted diary. The solution is known, but has not been published. Can a reader decipher the diary excerpt that is available online?
Can a reader decipher this encrypted diary page I found on the internet? I don’t know by whom and when it was written, but I’m sure that it can be solved.
Today I am going to introduce two encrypted diaries. Only one of these is solved. Can a reader decipher the other one?
In the 1920s a woman named Grace Gull wrote a diary. For some text passages she used a secret code. Can a reader break it?