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Running head: DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Discussion questions Student’s name Institutional affiliation Discussion questions Questions 1: Explain how Caesar cipher works in a short paragraph. Must answer in your own words. Copying from other sources is unacceptable. (5’) The Caesar cipher works by dealing with problematic segments by the process of movement and substitution. In this technique, the letters are arranged in order and are replaced by another letter set by definite movements. Question 2: Explain what cryptanalysis is and how frequency analysis works in a short paragraph. Must answer in your own words. Copying from other sources is unacceptable. (5’) Cryptanalysis refers to an approach to deciphering cyphered texts through studying in detail the figures and cipher texts with a goal of finding a weakness. This weakness is
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  • Summer '16
  • j.m mwaki
  • Cryptography, cipher text, Substitution cipher

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