The Enigma machine is an encryption device used by the Nazi German military command to encode strategic messages before and during World War II. Enigma has an electromechanical rotor mechanism that scrambles the 26 letters of the alphabet. Allan Turing and other researchers at Bletchley Park exploited a few weaknesses in the implementation of the Enigma code and gained access to German codebooks, and this allowed them to design a machine called a Bombe machine, which helped to crack the most challenging versions of Enigma.
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