...so you have to buy the book to see the puzzle. And the person who "alerted" you to the puzzle... will earn money from people buying the book.
Yet another ShamelessPlug (TM) by el reg.
A code breaking riddle that offers the chance to win a genuine World War II Enigma machine remains unsolved more than a year after the challenge was first posed. The chance to own a piece of crypto history is on offer through a code-breaking competition associated with the book Can you crack the Enigma code? by author Richard …
In that it sounds rather in the same mould as Simon Singh's book on codes,
Though for his there was £10,000 up for grabs if you got beat all ten codes. The winners cracked a RSA 512 bit key on relatively low grade hardware.
I only got as far as about Code 3 amazing what you can do with Excel.
Even better, put it on ITV Play.
"We're looking for eight words that could be encypted with the Enigma machine. Call us now and you could win an Enigma machine or £10,000! Calls cost £75 per minute."
"Oh I'm sorry, none of you saddos got it right. The answers were: rawlplugs, shindig, Schadenfreude, lemming, breccia, unscathed, catamite and Dangermouse. Better luck next time!"
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