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Substitution Cipher Toolkit


Substitution cipher toolkit (en/decryption + automatical cracking)

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This substitution cipher toolkit enables you to en- and decrypt texts with substitution cipher, to gather language statistics of a specific language and to crack encrypted texts both manually and automatically. All functions can be accessed via an easy-to-use graphical user interface.

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  • Encrypt and decrypt texts with substitution cipher
  • Gather language statistics
  • Crack substitution cipher encryption automatically


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