The Soviets’ unbreakable code | Curio

The Soviets’ unbreakable code

4 mins | Nov 14, 2019

What the brilliance of the Fialka espionage machine can teach us about the nature of secrecy today. Able to produce more than 500 trillion codes in six different languages, the Soviet espionage machine was far more advanced than the British Enigma. Writing in Foreign Policy, Anna Borshchevskaya tells the tale.

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