The rebuilt Colossus codebreaker in action

The rebuilt Colossus codebreaker in action

Summary: Computer expert and former spy Tony Sale demonstrates how a rebuilt version of the WWII codebreaking computer works

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Bletchley Park was the secret home to Britain's top codebreakers during World War II.

The base is now home to the fledgling National Museum of Computing, which features a rebuild of the world's first electronic codebreaking computer, Colossus.

The man who rebuilt Colossus, computer expert and former spy Tony Sale, here demonstrates how the machine works.

Topic: Security

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