Category Archives: Kryptos

“A Nashville Cryptography Expert Has Been Trying To Crack This CIA Riddle For 16 Years”

Here is an article, written by Tony Youngblood of Nashville Public Radio, that explains  how a Nashville local has been trying to break one of the toughest codes in the world: Nashville software developer Elonka Dunin spent the better part of two decades trying to unravel a mystery on the grounds of CIA headquarters in Langley, Va. Her […] Continue reading

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4 Codes, 1 Sculpture: Kryptos

During the talk Elonka gave to the class on Friday, I found myself fixating on one thing, Kryptos. I was so surprised by the fact that there was a statue located on the grounds of the CIA, which has an unsolved code written on it. The CIA are supposed to be some of the greatest […] Continue reading

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