Codebreaking

Column Ciphers

Column Ciphers, or Poem ciphers have been in use by the intelligence services for some time. Like one time ciphers they require shared knowledge of

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Secret words and secret messages

There are a variety of ways you can get hidden messages into ordinary messages. Acrostic poems are the most common example of this – where

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Vigenère cipher

A Vigenere cipher is a form of letter substitution cipher that is incredibly difficult to break. It operates by changing the cipher shift number on

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Caesar Ciphers

Caesar ciphers are one of the earliest known and simplest ciphers we use in Cosykiller. They are very common and it is probably one of

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Directional codes

Directional codes are probably some of the easiest codes to work with in Cosykiller. These codes rely on you reading the text in a way

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One Time Cipher Pads

One time Cipher Pads are one of the hardest ciphers to solve, and yes – sorry – they do crop up in cosykiller. One Time

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Breaking Letter Substitution codes

A Letter Substitution Cipher replaces the letters in the alphabet with symbols or another random letter. An example of a letter substitution cipher can be

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Knock Code

Knock Codes, sometimes called Tap Code come up intermittently in our Cosykiller boxes. The example below is a telegram written with a classic Knock Code

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