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"The Encyclopedia of Cryptology describes every prominent code and cipher from Egyptian hieroglyphs to data encryption … If you're not sure where to turn for information on the RSA algorithm, knapsack problems, or the Babington plot, this is the book for you."
"Exceptional content, an extensive bibliography, and a comprehensive subject index make this volume an invaluable reference tool. Recommended for most academic and public libraries."
"While there are many books aimed at certain aspects of this topic, none of them do as good a job of presenting a comprehensive yet accessible overview of secret-message writing throughout ancient and modern times."
School Library Journal
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The Daily Telegraph