Can you crack GCHQ’s cyber code?
GCHQ, Britain’s intelligence agency based in Cheltenham, has launched a new recruitment drive aimed at finding the brightest minds in the land. Candidates are invited to crack a code, which can be seen above.
The code consists of 29 blocks of five letters, which if successfully decoded leads the candidate to an ‘online treasure hunt.’ Successful applicants may be offered a job with GCHQ, although the agency refuses to confirm how many positions are up for grabs.
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