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Free Access to Cryptologia Exhibit 5 Solution Article
Topic Started: Aug 4 2015, 07:07 PM (385 Views)
jcalof
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The Taylor & Francis Group, publishers of Cryptologia, have made our 2014 article "Chaocipher Exhibit 5: History, Analysis, and Solution of Cryptologia's 1990 Challenge" freely available for the month August. If you'd like to read this complete article, click on the link below:

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01611194.2014.856653

Note: If the link doesn't appear as active, copying the URL into a web browser does not work consistently. However, copying the link into a Word doc and clicking through seems to do the trick:)

Thanks!

Jeff
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dave321
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says I don't have access to the article ?
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jcalof
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Interesting... I was able to click on the link in this thread and it took me to the T&F page where the article is shown with "Free Access".

I also was ble to copy the link into an Email body (didn't send it anywhere) and, clicking on it, also brought me to the T&F page w/Free Access.

I recommend trying to copy the link into other documents and clicking through (perhaps clearing any Browser cookies/cache first?). Good luck!
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dave321
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sill not working ????

tried pasting the link into word but still not free access ?
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jcalof
Aug 5 2015, 10:19 PM
Interesting... I was able to click on the link in this thread and it took me to the T&F page where the article is shown with "Free Access".
Just a speculation: Couldn't it be, that this is because you are the author of the paper?
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jcalof
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Ok, I think I figured out the challenge... it's likely due to a lingering cookie that I had based on the original click-through from their email.

Re-reading the T&F email, it looks like a click-through is only active if posted on Facebook or Twitter. I've put it on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/#!/jeff.calof

I don't have a Twitter account... let me know if the FB access works

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ah, the facebook link works fine :)
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