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Enigma M3 Crack tries to decipher messages coded by the Enigma M3 machine

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ENIGMA M3   Krack

"EnigmaM3Crack" is a free program destined to decipher messages coded by the legendary Enigma machine used by the German armies during World War II.
The total number of possible keys for the machine Enigma M3 is 1.5 x ten to the power of 20: Even with modern powerful computers, many millions of years would be needed to try each of these possible keys one after the other.
EnigmaM3 Crack proposes a functional tool aiming to considerably reduce this time of unciphering.

This portable program does not need installation : Just unzip the provided file in any empty directory, and double-click on the executable file.

Enigma M3 Crack (Version 1.0)

EnigmaM3Crack is a free program destined to decipher messages coded by the legendary Enigma machine used by the German armies during World War II.

The ciphering was based on a twin system:
 
Three mobile rotors chosen among a game of five available rotors

A board of connections (Stecker) capable to permute up to ten couples of letters.
Every rotor had the 26 letters of the alphabet, the game of three rotors permitted therefore 26x26x26 = 17576 different combinations.

As these three rotors were chosen within a group of five, there were 60 possible different choices (Number of
arrangements of 3 among 5).

The Stecker is the device that offered, from afar, the largest number of scrambling possibilities: In the case where one used the ten provided cables, the calculation shows that the number of possible combinations is 1,5 x ten to the power of 14.

In counterpart, this Stecker only provides a ciphering by
mono-substitution alphabet, vulnerable to attacks by analysis of frequencies.

The power of ciphering of Enigma comes therefore mainly from the poly-alphabetic substitution provided by the three rotors with automatic advance, the Stecker being there to considerably increase the number of possible keys, what makes impossible the unciphering by brute-force (successive test of all possible keys)
The total number of possible keys for the machine Enigma M3 is 17576 x 60 x of 1,5 x ten to the power of 14 = 1,5 x ten to the power of 20: Even with modern powerful computers, many millions of years would be needed to try each of these possible keys one after the other.

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