Law Student that loves football, gaming and reading.
Favourite Team: Manchester United
Favourite Games: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Dragon Age: Origins
Favourite Books: The Kite Runner, Stormlight Archives: Oathbringer
7 Things You Didn’t Know about Code-breaking Before Computers
Anyone that has watched any crime show or movie, knows that in this day and age, computer hacking, encryption, decryption and what-not is all a big part of catching the bad guys. Modern technology has allowed us to do all sorts of things from using Google Maps, ordering food, and playing games on our phones to pinpointing locations of devices, breaking security systems, and general hacking for the fun of it. Of course, the first computers were not created until the 19th century, so what did people use to decipher messages and intercept codes before? Behold the art of deciphering codes, or in other words, finding patterns through trial and error and hoping something comes of it.
Manchester United Are Found Out
After two weeks of beating top four rivals and last minute comebacks, Manchester United were brought back down to Earth against Sevilla. They were dumped out of the Champions League (after probably the worst performance of the season) by a team that is over ten points behind the Champions League places in La La Liga.