Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of CrypTool 2 Enhancements for HiCrypt


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Nov 7, 2017, 4:17:57 PM (4 years ago)
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kopal
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  • CrypTool 2 Enhancements for HiCrypt

    v4 v5  
    66** German, English, French, Spanish <- already available
    77** Latin, Italian, Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Slovene, Swedish [Bea]
    8 ** How to download additionally stuff not included in the installer?
     8** How to download additionally stuff not included in the installer? [Nils]
    99** Why do we need a lot of MB for good statistics? [@ask Eugen]
    10 * possibility of using different alphabets with all analyzers
    11 * fixing symbols during the analyses (interactive part) --> what did others? check!
    12 * using different languages during analysis
    13 * query cipher database in CT2
    14 * add better transcription methods in CT2 -> nice to have!
    15 * support UTF-8 with every component
    16 * extend existing transcriptor with UTF-8 -> nice to have!
     10* possibility of using different alphabets with all analyzers (mono alphabetic subst analyzer) [Armin]
     11* fixing symbols during the analyses (interactive part) --> what did others? check! [Armin]
     12* using different languages during analysis <- nice to have! multicheckbox
     13* query Bea´s cipher database (DECODE) in CT2 [Nils] <- idea: open webpage using startcenter in ct2
     14* add better transcription methods in CT2 -> nice to have! [Nils' student]
     15* support UTF-8 with every component [Armin, Nils]
     16* extend existing transcriptor with UTF-8 -> nice to have! [Nils]
    1717
    1818add missing components:
    19 * homophone cipher analyzer
    20 * codebooks/nomenclature analyzer (george?)
    21 * component to detect type of cipher [long term]
     19* homophone cipher analyzer [Armin]
     20* codebooks/nomenclature analyzer (george?) [Nils]
     21* component to detect type of cipher [long term] [clever person]
    2222
    2323== General questions ==
    24 * which type of cipher do we have to break?
    25 * is CT2 suitable for historians? is it too difficult?
     24* which type of cipher do we have to break? [Bea]
     25* is CT2 suitable for historians? is it too difficult? [Test in workshop @ HistoCrypt]