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Iraqi child deciphers British intelligence codes

2013, 13 spalio - by F. Kaskais


An Abu Dhabi schoolboy, 13, has cracked five British Intelligence Services codes designed by top cryptographers.

Ayman Kampoori, a pupil at British School Al Khubairat, cracked the codes developed by the Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ, within three weeks.

The codes were posted online by GCHQ on September 11 as part of a campaign to find and recruit the brightest minds around the world.

“Code breaking and programming are my favourite hobbies. I develop iPhone applications and use them on my phone,” said Ayman, a British-Iraqi.

“When I grow up I want to study computing or programming. I am also thinking that when I am 18 I will do the challenge again and work with GCHQ.

“I read about the competition and immediately started to break the encrypted codes posted. At the beginning it was very hard and I told my dad, who tried but also failed.


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