Saturday, 28 December 2013

Did you know that codes Mysterious unsolved.


Although the Internet has spawned a multi-billion dollar industry in creating and cracking codes, crypologists not solve some of the secret codes of the oldest puzzles . Below are the authors present such matters ;

Phaistos Disk.

Phaistos Disk.

Regarded as the most important example of hieroglyphic inscription from Crete . Discovered in 1903 , the two sides of the clay covered with hieroglyphs arranged in a spiral zone , impressed on the clay when damp . Forty- five different types of signs have been distinguished , which can be identified with the hieroglyphs little used in the Proto - palatial

Linear A.

Linear A.

Linear A is one of two linear scripts used in ancient Crete ( a third script Cretan hieroglyphs ) . Linear B was deciphered in 1952 by Michael Ventris and was used to write Mycenaean Greek . Linear A is far from completely described but partially understood and can be read through the values ​​of linear B.
Although the two scripts share many of the same symbols , using the syllables associated with Linear B in generating a linear writings words that do not have a relationship with a known language . This language is often referred to as the Minoan or Eteocretan , and corresponds to the period in the history of Crete before a series of invasions by Mycenean Greeks around 1450 BC . It is believed that there may be some relationship between the linear and the Phaistos Disk .

Kryptos .

Kryptos .

Kryptos is a sculpture by American artist James Sanborn located on the ground floor of the Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) in Langley , Virginia , in the United States . Since its dedication on November 3 , 1990, there has been much speculation about the meaning of the encrypted messages it bears .
Continues to provide entertainment for the employees of the CIA and other cryptanalysts attempting to decrypt the message . Ciphertext on one half the main sculpture contains 869 characters in total , however Sanborn released information in April 2006 stating that an intended letter on the main half of Kryptos was missing . This will bring the number of characters to 870 on the main section .
The other side of the sculpture consists of Vigenere encryption tableau , comprising 869 characters , if spaces are calculated . The first person to publicly announce solving the first three parts , in 1999 , was James Gillogly , a computer scientist from southern California , which is translated from 768 characters . The part that he could not solve , the remaining 97 or 98 characters .

Secret Codes on Chinese Gold Bar.

Secret Codes on Chinese Gold Bar.

In 1933 , seven gold bars allegedly issued to a General named Wang in Shanghai , China . These gold bars , containing pictures, Chinese writing , some form of script writing , and cryptograms in Latin letters , appear to represent metal certificates related to a bank deposit with a U.S. Bank and Chinese writing has been translated , and discusses a transaction in excess of $ 300,000,000 .

Beale Ciphers.

Beale Ciphers.

Beale ciphers are a set of three ciphertexts , one of the suspected location of a treasure trove of gold and silver estimated to be worth over USD $ 50 million . The other two ciphertexts allegedly describe the contents of the treasure , and list the name of the owner of the treasure of kin , respectively .
The story of three ciphertexts derived from the 1885 pamphlet detailing treasure buried by a man named Thomas Jefferson Beale in a secret location in Bedford County , Virginia , in 1820 . Beale entrusted the box containing the encrypted messages with a local innkeeper named Robert Morriss and then disappeared , never to be seen again . innkeeper gave the three encrypted ciphertexts to a friend before he died .
Her friend then spent twenty years of his life trying to decode the message , and only able to solve one of those that provides details about the general location of the hidden treasure and treasure . Since the publication of pamphlets , a number of attempts have been made to decode the two remaining ciphertexts and find the treasure , but all ended in failure .

Voynich Manuscript.

Voynich Manuscript.

Mysterious Voynich manuscript is thought to have written in the 15th century or 16th century . The author , script , and language of the manuscript remain unknown .
Listed on the existence , the Voynich manuscript has been the object of intense study by many professional and amateur cryptographers , including some top American and British codebreakers of World War II fame (all of whom failed to decrypt any portion of the text ) . This string failure has changed the Voynich manuscript into a famous subject of historical cryptology , but it also is weighted the theory that the book is simply an elaborate hoax - a meaningful sequence of arbitrary symbols .
The book is named after the Polish - American book dealer Wilfrid M. Voynich , who got it in 1912 . Currently the Voynich manuscript is stored in the Beinecke rare book and Manuscript Library of Yale University as item " MS 408 " . The first facsimile edition was published in 2005

Dorabella password.

Dorabella password.

The Dorabella Cipher is an enciphered letter written by Edward Elgar to Miss Dora Penny, who was accompanied by another dated July 14, 1897. Penny could never understand and meaning remain unknown to this day .
The password consists of 87 characters spread over 3 lines , appears to consist of an alphabet of 24 symbols , with each symbol consisting of either 1,2 or 3 semicircles estimates, oriented in one of the 8 directions. The orientation of some of the characters are ambiguous . A small point, the meaning and significance of the unknown , appeared after five characters in the third row .
A count of 87 characters indicate the frequency of symbols that are very close to what is expected if the cipher is a simple substitution cipher , based on the text in English , but an attempt to break it along these lines have so far proven futile , leading to speculation ciphers may be more complex .

System Passwords John F. Byrne.

System Passwords John F. Byrne.

John F. password system Chaocipher Byrne discovered in 1918 and continued to try to solve but failed for nearly 40 years for the benefit of the U.S. government .
He offered a reward for anyone who can decode it , but the prize was never claimed . It recently has been re- examined by their family members to determine whether there is commercial value in it .

D' Agapeyeff password.

D' Agapeyeff password.

D' Agapeyeff password is the password that appears unsolvable in the first edition of Codes and Ciphers , an elementary book on cryptography published by the Russian -born British citizen who worked as a cartographer Alexander - D'Agapeyeff in 1939 .
Offered as a "challenge cipher " at the end of the book , it was not included in later editions , and D' Agapeyeff said to have admitted that he forgot how he passcode encryption .
Some argue that the failure of all attempts at decryption is due to D' Agapeyeff one encrypting the original text . However , there is also found a secret code that can still be solved by using computational methods such as genetic algorithms .

Tamam Shud.

Tamam Shud.

The body of an unidentified man was found on Somerton beach in Adelaide , Australia in 1948 with no ID , and wearing a sweater and coat despite the hot weather that day ,
There is no clue to the identity and dental records and fingerprints that can be matched with someone .
An autopsy discovered bizarre congestion , blood in the stomach and enlarged organs but no foreign substances .
A suitcase found at the train station that may belong to him containing a pair of trousers with a secret hidden pocket , which holds a piece of paper cutouts of a book that is printed with the words "Garden Shud " .
These sheets fit with a very rare copy of Omar Khayyam's 'The Rubaiyat' that was found in the back seat of the vehicle and locked in the back of the book written five lines of capital letters that seem to be a code . To this day , the entire case remains one of the mysteries in Australia's most bizarre .

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