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Download Mysterious Messages Book ↠ 170 pages ´ ➥ [Epub] ➟ Mysterious Messages By Gary L. Blackwood ➯ – Gwairsoft.co.uk History?s amazing secrets and codes?and how to crack them yourself This fascinating look at history?s most mysterious messages is packed with puzzles to decode and ciphers that kids can Talkers As computers change the way we communicate codes today are intriguing than everFrom invisible ink to the CIA this exciting trip through history is a hands on interactive experience? so get cracki Awesome and informative book

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Mysterious MessagesHistory?s amazing secrets and codes?and how to crack them yourself This fascinating look at history?s most mysterious messages is packed with puzzles to decode and ciphers that kids can use themselves Her Humans from ages had two intrinsic needs − a to correspond and allocate information and b to correspond selectively These two needs gave rise to the art of coding the messages in such a way that only the intended people could have access to the information Unauthorized people could not dig out any information even if the scrambled messages fell in their hand The art and science of screening the messages to initiate confidentiality in information security is recognized as cryptography The word ‘cryptography’ was coined by combining two Greek words ‘Krypto’ meaning hidden and ‘graphene’ meaning writing One cannot merely believe in the fact that the first cipher device appears to have been employed by the ancient Greeks around 400 bc for secret communications between military commanders This device called the scytale consisted of a tapered baton around which was spirally wrapped a piece of parchment inscribed with the messageGary Blackwood in this journal of secret messaging expansively covers the field from ancient Sparta to the modern day CIA The book is extraordinarily handy with helpful photos images and sidebars on almost every page and it has a pleasing mixture of facts about people events and technology Blackwood’s convincing point is that in matters of war and national security cryptography has always played a decisive role This narrative history of codes and ciphers will be a natural fit for middle and high school age students who are often considered undecipherable by their parents and teachers Readers will be delighted to find that Mysterious Messages is filled with puzzles that they can solve for themselves