How Translation Software Helped Crack 'Unbreakable' Code in 1866 Secret Society Manuscript
The international team that cracked the cipher this year found that automated translation techniques - familiar to most of us from the often-wonky Google Translate - can help to crack encrypted documents by 'guessing' their contents. It works even when they use a cipher as baffling as the Copiale's 90 symbols, and the original language is unknown.
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