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Re: [Cryptography] rot13 for the 21st century

On 9/26/21 at 12:08 AM, cryptography AT dukhovni.org (Viktor Dukhovni) wrote:

On Thu, Sep 23, 2021 at 11:14:55PM -0400, John Levine wrote:

Fans of the traditional rot13 cipher should check out rot8000,
same idea except that the character set ie expanded to 16 bit Unicode,
and you rutate by 0x8000 rather than 13.  It has the nice characteristic
that encoded ASCII looks like Chinese.

Try it out here:


Cute.  Thanks!

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When I cut and pasted it into the web page, the answer came back in the Greek alphabet.

Cheers - Bill

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