One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blowfish A History of Cryptography and it’s Application in Soci

By Joseph Kasten

On the sixth day, God created living creatures of every kind; and on the seventh day he rested [1]. Arguably millions of years later, approximately 2000 BC, cryptography was created; though not directly by God, but by ancient Egyptians writing hyroclifics on the walls of kings tombs. As times progressed, new applications were found and the art of enciphering messages evolved. From Greeks to Spartans to Julius Caesar employing character substitution, cryptography has continued to develop from an art of hiding messages in a secret language to the level of mathematical complexity it is today.

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