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An American code-breaking machine known as an Enigma sits on display at the Cryptology Museum near Fort Meade, Maryland. This machine was used to send and receive encrypted messages to military forces during World War II. (The Washington Times/File)
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An American code-breaking machine known as an Enigma sits on display at the Cryptology Museum near Fort Meade, Maryland. This machine was used to send and receive encrypted messages to military forces during World War II. (The Washington Times/File)

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