A historically accurate M-209 simulation library.
|Author:||Brian Neal <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||July 4, 2013|
|License:||MIT License (see LICENSE.txt)|
The M-209 is a mechanical cipher machine used by the US military during World War II and up to the Korean War. The M-209 is also known as the CSP-1500 by the US Navy. The M-209 is an example of a Hagelin device, a family of mechanical cipher machines created by Swedish inventor Boris Hagelin.
This project is a Python 3 library and command-line utility for encrypting and decrypting text by simulating the operation of an actual M-209 device.
Please see the documentation for library usage, tutorials and references.
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