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@vsz, the mistakes were helpful, but remember that the mechanism had been for sale as a commercial product, so the 'how' of Enigma was a matter of public record. The original WWII military machine descended from the commercial product, and the original solution, in principle, was worked out by two Polish intelligence officers before the war. All of e-sushi's comments are quite on point, but I'd pull back even a bit further. David Kahn's books, 'The Codebreakers', and particularly, his later 'Seizing The Enigma', go into the nuts and bolts of the historical solution.
Knowing how the actual so – Apr 10 '15 at 4:10 •. 'Cracking Enigma' was not a single event. Manual Prolite Gewiss Electrical on this page. The 3 different German military arms used the machine 3 different ways.
Cracking 1 didn't yield actionable intelligence from the other 2. Hence the pointer to history. The OP asks how modern crypt analysts would go about cracking Enigma, in the absence of operator mistakes.
And, by implication, without knowledge of the machine itself. But which Enigma? What constitutes 'cracking'? Knowing some history would allow the question to be better focused, and make the answer more useful. – Apr 12 '15 at 0:31. @vsz A pretty hypothetical question when talking about Enigma since we all know what really happened, but I'll answer it as good as a comment allows to: assuming they know absolutely nothing about the cipher algorithm yet, and assuming we speak of today, they would start by walking the usual path of frequency analysis and co. Eventually, things like Enigma's 'no letter can be encrypted by itself' etc.
Will open small cracks that enable cryptanalysts to learn about the cipher's characteristics. In case of Enigma - it would eventually enable them to break the cipher, thanks to today's computers. – Jan 27 '14 at 15:58 •.
@frgieu As for the wiring, even states: ”the M3 is functionally identical to the compatible Enigma I that was used by the Heer and Luftwaffe.” There were merely some manufacturing differences. Also `The wiring of the M3 is given in the table below. Wheels I thru V are identical to those of the Enigma I.
The same is true for UKW B and C. The three additional wheels (VI, VII and VIII) were used exclusively by the Navy.” But introducing 3 additional wheels did not change Enigma’s wiring (as already in place for wheel 1-5).
– May 20 '16 at 11:16 •. It looks like with no leakage or errors, Enigma is still secure. Quoting the: Enigma@Home is a wrapper between BOINC and Stefan Krah's M4 Project.
“The M4 Project is an effort to break 3 original Enigma messages with the help of distributed computing. The signals were intercepted in the North Atlantic in 1942 and are believed to be unbroken.” Given how the war ended, it would seem all encryption details would have been captured in 1945 - although the Germans might destroyed some of the secret documents about key changing. • I think that short and true messages, for which the rotor positions aren't known, would allow you effectively unbreakable communication. However, in the current digital age, encrypting a large amount of Traffic (eg HTTP) with original Enigma would not be a good idea.