Decoded Logo Fun


The US military recently launched a department called Cyber Command to monitor and defend against web-based attacks. Instant respect is found for whoever created the logo, as it has an MD5 cryptographic hash in the inner ring of the logo.

It took some nerd three hours to figure out the code. Read this Wired post to see what the code says.

This logo rules for two reasons: it’s getting media coverage just because of the code, and the geek factor of the logo subtly reveals that the culture within the department is not boring government workers; they’re actually in this to do some serious cyber ass kickin.


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