Listen to Partisan Radio, Volume 11 for an introduction to One Time Pads.
Then, study the resources linked from this posting to decode the encrypted message below.
This week’s training message:
28106 59657 49684 81840 11426 07980 41233 07235 97989 89491 76194 13027
15348 58243 88022
One Time Pads Training Resources:
Additional Materials to learn more about One Time Pad Encryption:
EXCELLENT information from Dirk Rijmenants (the guy is amazing).
Numbers 9.0 Cipher Pad Generator –> http://users.telenet.be/d.rijmenants/en/numbersgen.htm
More about cipher pads on this site
Straddling checkerboards Various different systems to convert plain text into digits prior to encryption
One-time pad History and description of one-time pad encryption
Numbers Stations The mysterious spy stations that broadcast numbers messages
Guide to Secure Communications with the One-time Pad Cipher how to use one-time pads and set up secure communications with them