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Codebreakers, New Edition of The International Cryptology Game

11 października, 2017

Codebreakers, New Edition of The International Cryptology Game

Codebreakers is dedicated to Polish mathematicians who broke the Enigma Code 85 years ago has started. Their great secret work contributed to the success of the Allies during World War II.

Consulate General of Poland in Chicago is pleased to announce that a new edition of The International Cryptology Game dedicated to Polish mathematicians who broke the Enigma Code 85 years ago has started. Their great secret work contributed to the success of the Allies during World War II.

The game is released in English (Codebreakers) and in Polish (Łamacze szyfrów).

It combines elements of history, mathematics and logic. Teams of three are involved in the contest, learning about encryption and decryption methods to solve virtual puzzles and break more and more difficult messages.

Anyone can become a cryptologist because the game involves three levels of difficulty - basic (where you do not need any knowledge of breaking ciphers), advanced, and Enigma level, where participants will face the famous encrypting machine.

Up to now over 6000 participants from all over the world have participated in the previous editions of the game.

In brief:
• TEAM REGISTRATION from now to November 24 at www.codebreakers.eu!
• BASIC LEVEL starts on September 25 (decisive challenge October 13),
• ADVANCED LEVEL starts on October 16 (decisive challenge November 3),
• ENIGMA LEVEL starts on November 6 (decisive challenge November 24).

Details at www.lamaczeszyfrow.pl, www.codebreakers.eu and in the attachments.
Project is co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland within the contest Public Diplomacy 2017 - component "Cooperation in Public Diplomacy 2017”.