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Basic Cryptanalysis

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Basic Cryptanalysis

Publisher: United States Department of the Army
ISBN/ASIN: B000U314AC

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Text contains six parts: Introduction to Cryptanalysis, Monographic Substitution Systems, Polygraphic Substitution Systems, Polyalphabetic Substitution Systems, Transposition Systems, and Analysis of Code Systems. Text also contains exhaustive material to aid in the solution of cipher systems, including frequency distributions, word and pattern tables, as well as utility tables.

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