RECOVERING THE WIRING OF ENIGMA'S UMKEHRWALZE A

@article{Marks2000RECOVERINGTW,
  title={RECOVERING THE WIRING OF ENIGMA'S UMKEHRWALZE A},
  author={P. C. Marks and F. Weierud},
  journal={Cryptologia},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={55 - 66}
}
Umkehrwalze A was the original reflector used in the version of the Enigma machine employed by the German armed services. Its wiring was originally deduced by the Polish cryptanalyst Marian Rejewski in December 1932 or January 1933, but details of the wiring have not previously been published. Sufficient information to recover the wiring analytically is provided in a wartime document by Alan Turing, and other sources have been found to confirm the solution. This paper presents the wiring, along… Expand
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