The archive of a hacking case that made computing legal history in the UK and changed all our lives has been deposited at TNMOC by Robert Schifreen, the ‘white hat’ at the centre of the 1980’s controversy
The pinnacle of code-breaking at Bletchley Park can now be told in its entirety from encrypt to decrypt using the full set of 1940’s cutting edge technology following the loan to TNMOC of an extremely rare Lorenz SZ42.
Talks at TNMOC over the next few months: TNMOC Trustee Prof Martin Campbell-Kelly on The Roots of Data Processing; Paul Kellar on Breaking Enigma - Behind the Scenes; and An Evening with Colossus with Phil Hayes. Tickets now available.
Fun for all the family at the TNMOC Vintage Games Weekend EXTENDED to Monday! Come along for a bit of nostalgia, a new retro experience or for the competition: Atari, Pong, Commidore Amiga, Spectrums and the original DOOM!
FUZE coding and electronics workshop perfect for beginners young or older. Learn how to build, craft and problem solve to survive in Minecraft. A race to the finish. Build and programme your own fully functioning Lego Mindstorms Robot
The newly arrived Lorenz SZ42 encryption machine on long term loan from the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum in Oslo completes the TNMOC equipment set of the Breaking of Lorenz. But there is a missing part ...
In the audience at TNMOC to hear Robert Schifreen present his archive of the hacking case that made computing legal history was someone on the opposing legal bench. He has now supplied archive material too!