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Another book for math professor

Pennsylvania

Craig Bauer, a mathematics professor at York College, has written a new book, “Unsolved! The History and Mystery of the World’s Greatest Ciphers from Ancient Egypt to Online Secret Societies.”

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The book explores the history behind an array of unsolved ciphers, beginning with an explanation of cryptology basics and an exploration of ancient ciphers.

Bauer served as the scholar-in-residence at National Security Agency’s Center for Cryptologic History during a leave of absence in 2011-12. The initial work for the book was supported by his residency program. He is also the author of “Secret History: The Story of Cryptology.”

The book was published by Princeton University Press, available at http://press.princeton.edu/titles/10949.html, on Amazon and at select bookstores.