Well, it’s Monday

And my daughter is ill. In today’s news you can read the story about how you can buy a WWII encryption machine on ebay. The Lorenz machine now found being even more complicated then the Enigma which we read about earlier this year.

 

Definition

So what’s encryption? According to Microsoft it is:

Encryption is the name given to the process of applying an algorithm to a message, which scrambles the data in it-making it very difficult and time consuming, if not practically impossible, to deduce the original given only the encoded data. Inputs to the algorithm typically involve additional secret data called keys, which prevents the message from being decoded-even if the algorithm is publicly known.

Task

Summarize the content of the article in a 100 words, and (also) send me an encrypted message using Caeserian shift. Post below.

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  1. The article is telling the story of a museum in the UK who was searching for a rare Lorenz machine, a machine which was used during the Second World War to send encrypted messages. Unexpectedly on of the museum workers found a machine on Ebay. Someone had found Lorenz machine in their shed and decided to sell it on Ebay. The seller didn’t understand the machines true value and thought it just was a normal, albeit a very old, telegram machine. The museum bought for a couple of pounds and are now working to restore it to working order. To do this they need a motor and are currently searching for one.

    Use N: 22 to decode
    M’q gyvvirxpc xvmrk xs irgshi e wigvix qiwweki.

    Gilla

  2. O Pfwhwgv aigsia ksfs hfmwbu hc ush hvswf vobrg cb o sbqfmdhwcb aoqvwbs, hvs Zcfsbn qwdvsf aoqvwbs obr hvsm cbs tcibr cb spom obr pciuvh wh tcf £10. Hvs oqhioz kcfhv ct hvs aoqvwbs wgbh rsqwrsr. Hvsm ozgc uch o Zcfsbhn GN42 aoqvwbs hvoh rcsg hvs oqhioz sbqfmdhwcb, pih wh wg awggwbu o qcadcbsbh gc hvsm qobbch igs wh. Hvsm ofs zccywbu tcf hvoh qcadcbsbh sjsfmkvsfs. Hvsm gom hvoh wt hvsm twbr cbs hvsm kwzz ps opzs hc hszz hvs hozs ct vck hvsm pfcys hvs usfaob sbqfmdhwcb qcrs. Pih og W gowr hvsm vojs msh hc twbr cbs.

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  3. The article is telling the story of a museum in the UK who was searching for a rare Lorenz machine, a machine which was used during the Second World War to send encrypted messages. Unexpectedly on of the museum workers found a machine on Ebay. Someone had found Lorenz machine in their shed and decided to sell it on Ebay. The seller didn’t understand the machines true value and thought it just was a normal, albeit a very old, telegram machine. The museum bought for a couple of pounds and are now working to restore it to working order. To do this they need a motor and are currently searching for one.

    Use N: 22 to decode

    M’q gyvvirxpc xvmrk xs irgshi e wigvix qiwweki.

    Gilla

  4. The article is telling the story of a museum in the UK who was searching for a rare Lorenz machine, a machine which was used during the Second World War to send encrypted messages. Unexpectedly on of the museum workers found a machine on Ebay. Someone had found Lorenz machine in their shed and decided to sell it on Ebay. The seller didn’t understand the machines true value and thought it just was a normal, albeit a very old, telegram machine. The museum bought for a couple of pounds and are now working to restore it to working order. To do this they need a motor and are currently searching for one.

    Use N: 22 to decode the message.
    M’q gyvvirxpc xvmrk xs irgshi e wigvix qiwweki.

    Gilla

  5. The story is about a museum in Uk that was searching for a machine called Lorenz machine and it was used during the world war 2 and the museum was searching for it and one day one of the people who work there found someone was selling it on ebay for 10pounds and the museum bought it and now the museum is trying to make the machine work again

    ar äo äo jfk säk

    Gilla

  6. The article is about a museum. They found an old encryption machine and bought it from Ebay, funny thing is that the seller didn’t know the true value of that machine, thinking it was an useless machine and sold it for 10 pounds. The encqryption machine was actually a rare Lorenz machine that had been used during the World War 2 to send encrypted messages. The museum haven’t completely restored the machine due to the missing motor.

    N: 14
    Encrypted code: U faaw m sumzf nufq ar yk ndaftqde tmyngdsqd iuftagf tuy wzaiuzs, uf fmefqp egooqee.

    Gilla

  7. The article is a story about lorenz machine that encrypts texts this was used to send secret messages in the world war 2. They found this machine on eBay that was being sold only for 9.50 dollars the seller did not know what it was or how much it was worth. A museum bought this machine and now the lorenz machine is at the museum but it needs a driver motor for it to work.

    N:16 Xsmo crsbd!

    Gilla

  8. The article is about a British museum that had bought an encrypting machine for only 10£. The machine was used in the WWII for encrypting secret messages and was called The Lorenz chipher. The Lorenz cipher was even more complex than the Enigma code used by the Nazis. The machine was found on a shed floor, in bad shape and with rubbish all over it. In order to get the machine running again they need a motor and are now looking for one.

    N:17
    Z nflcu czbv kf befn dp kvjk ivjlckj sp drzc. Gcvrjv.

    Gilla

  9. ahhahahaheheheh ekul rehtaf ruoy ma i

    YEH-HES BE-TKAH TSE-NILL NA-AS-TSO-SI BE-TKAH TSAH-AS-ZIH NE-AHS-JAH SHI-DA AH-LOSZ BE-TKAH TSA-E-DONIN-EE TSE-NILL A-WOH LIN AH-NAH GAH BE-TKAH AH-JAD NO-DA-IH BA-AH-NE-DI-TININ AH-NAH BE-TKAH LIN AH-JAH CHA AH-NAH LIN AH-NAH CHA BE-LA-SANA CHA WOL-LA-CHEE LIN TSE-NILL CHA LIN TSE-NILL

    105 32 97 109 32 121 111 117 114 32 102 97 116 104 101 114 32 108 117 107 101 32 104 101 104 101 104 101 104 97 104 97 104 97 104 104 97

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    H ZL XNTQ EZSGDQ KTJD GDGDGDGZGZGZGGZ

    Gilla

  10. The article is about a museum which found a rare Lorenz machine. The machine was used in WWII to send encrypted messages. The museum found it from eBay and the guy was selling it as ”the keyboard being kept, in its original case, on the floor of a shed ‘with rubbish all over it’. The seller propably didn’t realize the real value of the machine because he was selling it for 14£. The museum got little of the prize and they are now trying to fix it.

    N:6
    Ol eua gxk kbkx muotm zu Lotrgtj eua ynuarj mu gtj boyoz gz Rottgtsäqo. Oz’y g toik gsayksktz vgxq

    Gilla

  11. The article is about a museum in UK, who was searching for a rare Lorenz chipper machine. Lorenz chipper machine is a machine that was used in WW2 to send encrypted massages to their allies. One of the museum workers found a machine on Ebay. Someone had found Lorenz machine in their shed and decided to sell it on Ebay. The one who sold it didn’t know or understand the value of the Lorenz chipper machine and thought it was just a crap and very old. The museum just bought it for £10 from that person who sold it.

    N:18
    Zwddg Vsfawd. Kwfv ew lzw jwkmdl gx lzw fslagfsd lwkl gf cac uzsll, hdwskw! 🙂

    Gilla

  12. It is a story about a museum in UK who was searching a rare Lorenz machine, the nazis used it to send secret messages. The museum workers found one on Ebay and they shouldn´t believe there eyes, it was sto good to bee true. The seller didin´t undertand why the museum wantet it, he tough that it was just a normal writing machine, butt when the museum staff told him the real value, he could not believe it. The museum staff bought for couple of pounds and they are now restoring it tho working like it was a new one. Butt they is a motor missing so they need to find one to the machine to work again.

    Use N: 20 C qliny u mnils uvion u gomyog ch OE, qbi qbyly myulwbcha zil u Filyht guwbchy

    Gilla

  13. World War 2 strategies relied a lot upon encrypting messages, to make sure that the enemy could not access their message and there for they could not predict what the enemy would do in the future. For this the Germans used an encryption machine called Lorentz teleprinter. One British museum has been searching for it a long time and with the help of volunteers they found one very important part for this particular device. They found this on EBay and of course they had to go and check it out, when they realized that it was real they bought it for only 10£.

    Jryy urer vf zl rapelcgrq zrffntr. Vfa’g vg gur orfg zrffntr rire?

    Gilla

  14. Fr lvahhe vhfinmxk ukhdx whpg tztbg 😦 kbi lmnwrbgz, kbi iahmhlahi tllbzgfxgm, YxxelUtwFtg
    N:19

    The article is about a british museum that is searching for parts to a Lorenz cipher machine. The Lorenz cipher machine was the machine that the Nazis used when encrypting their secret messages.
    The museum wants to restore the machine to working order. So in order to do just that, they’re searching for parts. So when a museum volunteer finds what seems like a Lorenz teleprinter on eBay it seemed too good to be true. They weren’t certain that it was the real thing, it might have been a Lorenz teleprinter that was common in commercials. They bought it for £10. And its real value hasn’t been made clear yet.
    When it was being refurbished it was made clear that it had military origins.

    Gilla

  15. The article is about an encryption machine named, the Lorenz cipher machine. Lorenz was used by the nazis during World War II and is rumored to be even more complex than the Enigma machine used earlier by the Nazis. The museum found the parts needed to recreate the Lorenz machine and their main goal right now is to restore it to a working state.

    N = 23 :
    Ebg! Gxd ebqbo Jxeaf lze äo pkxoq pgrqqlk åo dxjjxi.

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  16. It is a story about a museum in UK who was searching for a rare Lorenz machine, the nazis used it to send secret messages in world war 2. Someone was selling it on Ebay, the museum thought it was too good to be true that someone where selling it on Ebay. The seller didin´t understand why the museum wanted it cause he thought that it was just a normal writing machine that he saw as junk but when the museum talked about the value he were happy that he didn’t throw it away. The museum staff bought it for a couple of pounds and they are now restoring it so it can be working like a new one. But they is missing a motor for it to work again.

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  17. A British museum happened upon a Lorenz teleprinter on eBay, the Lorenz cipher machine, which was used by the Nazis in World War II to send secret messages. At the time neither the Museum folk or the seller knew what kind of rare piece it actually was. Only after buying it for £10 and cleaning it up did the museum realize that it was the actual Lorenz teleprinter used by the military. Now the museum plans on restoring the machine and for that end they need to find the missing drive motor. And apparenly once it’s up and running ”they wil be able to tell from beginning to end the tale of how the allies broke Germany’s secret codes”.

    N:12. Subtract 12 from 26 to decode this message.

    Ftue ue yaef oqdfmuzxk kagd yaftqd ebqmwuzs. Rad ftue zaf fa nq buowqp gb nk ftq mxxuqp radoqe, U tmhq pqoupqp fa qzoapq ftue yqeemsq. Bxqmeq ngk ftq raxxaiuzs ufqye:
    Qss uz bmowmsq ar 14
    Yuxw 2x
    rxagd 2px

    Gilla

  18. N:10

    drkxuc kvyd pyb drsc cowocdob, S ryzo iye rkfo qbokd cewwob.

    The article is about a British museum that is trying to find parts to a Lorenz chipher machine. The Nazis used this machine to encrypting their secret messages.
    The museum wants to repair the machine and see how its works, that’s why they are looking for new parts.
    One day did some staff from the museum found a Lorenz chiper machine on ebay for 10 pounds, they weren’t sure it was the real deal but it was to good to be true anyways and the price were only 10 pounds so they bought it. Its real value hasn’t been made clear yet.
    But they now know that it was used for military purposes.

    Gilla

  19. The story is about a museum in the UK, a british museum was trying to find parts to a Lorenz choper machine which the nazis used to encrypt messages.The museum wants to repair the machine to find out if it still works and how it works, one day found some staff a Lorenz xhiper machine on ebayfor 10 pounds and decided to buy it.
    ukzzk zbsno

    Gilla

  20. The article is about a museum, they were looking for parts of the Lorenz cipher machine but instead they found an actual Lorenz cipher machine on eBay. The person who was selling it thought that it was an old telegram machine so they got it for only 10 pounds. Right now they are currently trying to fix it but it’s missing the drive motor.

    N:12
    Ftue qjqdoueq ime rgz mzp U tabq ftmf iq iuxx tmhq euyuxmd qjqdoueqe uz ftq rgfgdq

    Gilla

  21. The article is about a museum that is trying to find parts for the Lorenz cipher machine, and trying to restore one that they found on ebay from a clueless guy who sold it for about 10 pounds. The museum is now trying to find a drive motor for it be able to work again, which is their goal.

    olq Qhn npsshy haa msfnh wå mpzrhy vjo ahjr möy rhmmla
    N:7

    Gilla

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