THE VERSATILITY OF REJEWSKI'S METHOD: SOLVING FOR THE WIRING OF THE SECOND ROTOR

@article{Lawrence2004THEVO,
  title={THE VERSATILITY OF REJEWSKI'S METHOD: SOLVING FOR THE WIRING OF THE SECOND ROTOR},
  author={John Lawrence},
  journal={Cryptologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={149 - 152}
}
We show that the recovery of the wiring of the second rotor of the Enigma does not depend on the rotors being reordered. 

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