I got this book back in the seventies while an undergraduate; it was one of the few serious, adult sources on cryptananlysis available at the time, with some material available... Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Crisp
That title was not meant to be patronizing in any way: simply that this book was written around the time of Second World War, and the ability to break ciphers and codes has... Read morePublished 9 months ago by uayfb1
It would seem that this should be required reading for all Comsec and Traffic Analysis employees in any
agency, NSA, CIA, NSGA, ASA, etc
If you love cryptography, and cryptanalysis then this book
is a great. Size of the book is deceiving compared to the amount
of info crammed into it, b/c of the small... Read more
I came to this book after reading Simon Singh's Code Book and feeling that I wanted a book with more detail about the ciphers themselves and methods of analysing them, and it's... Read morePublished 22 months ago by John Duncan
I have mixed feelings about this book.
First let me say that I think that this is a must have book - regardless of whether you use it or not as your main learning tool. Read more
Serious stuff, not for the week!
Basic (and classic) stuff is covered throughly and systematically. Read more
I just got the book and as soon I opened the book, I notice that is going to be a challenge to read the book.... Why? Read morePublished on May 7, 2010 by J. Vergara
So, I read Simon Singh's The Code, and reading this after that book, I realized it was a good order to go in. Read morePublished on September 29, 2009 by Anthony Wathen