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Pigpen / Masonic Cipher

Hello Believers! The pigpen cipher (sometimes called the masonic cipher or Freemason’s cipher) is a simple substitution cipher exchanging letters for symbols based on a grid. The scheme was developed and used by the Freemasons in the early 1700s for

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Atbash cipher

Hello Believers! The Atbash cipher is a very specific case of a substitution cipher where the letters of the alphabet are reversed. In otherwords, all As are replaced with Zs, all Bs are replaced with Ys, and so on. Because

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Caesar Cipher

Hello Believers! Its been long now and Im just thrilled at starting my blog again and reaching out to you all again! A Caesar cipher is one of the simplest (and easiest cracked) encryption methods. It is a Substitution Cipher

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