A SPANISH entrepreneur has cracked one of only remaining World War II puzzles.
Didac Sanchez has used his decryption of the message as the basis for a new security software package. The message is believed to hold information about the Normandy D-Day landings.
The new software, called AYEO, or ForYourEyesOnly, uses the structure of the message to encrypt any text, WhatsApp, Messenger, SMS or Skype conversation. It is due for release next year.
This innovative new cryptoanalysis endeavour comes at the heels of Sanchez’s remarkable rise in the business world.
The 22-year-old Barcelona native has been running Legisdalia Group for four years, working across the health, web, law, communication and music sectors.
The group brought in €32 million in 2014, and is forecast to almost double to €50 million for 2015.
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