via the superb research efforts by Wenyao Xu, PhD , Feng Lin PhD and Zhanpeng Jin PhD - all Professors of Computer Science and Engineering, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, comes a story of both exacting scientific method and incredible rigor, in which, the future of passwords may very well be revealed. Read it and weep for our advesaries.
Requiescat in Pace: John Forbes Nash, Jr., (1928 - 2015) and Alicia (nee Lopez-Harrison de Lardé) Nash (1933 - 2015).
In which, we are enthralled by Le Bon Professeur Jules Verne. Via a typically superb post - crafted by Nick Pelling at his Tremendous Cipher Mysteries site; further, by way of a fascinating article in the United States Army Signal Corps Bulletin of April to June 1940 detailing Monsieur Verne's prediliction for both transpositional and Vigenère ciphers. Outstanding.
In an astonishing turn of luck, Alan Turing's Banbury Notes have turned up as roof insulation, at Beltchley Park's Hut 6. Reportedly, the notes were discovered during the renovation of the Hut in 2013.