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    Default my most used web sites for solving ciphers

    i was going through my bookmarks, and figured i would throw these up here for anyone interested:

    i use purple hell for atbash, cryptogram, some morse. it also has cesar, baconian, bifid, vigenere, and a lot more.
    http://www.purplehell.com/riddletools/

    sindark is probably my favorite vigenere solver. very easy to use.
    http://www.sindark.com/NonBlog/CR/CR.html

    this one does cesar and substitution in a very simple format
    http://substitution.webmasters.sk/si...ion-cipher.php

    this one covers a lot of different ciphers, but the solver doesn't work on my computer, so i can't use it.
    http://rumkin.com/tools/cipher/

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    Corgi, and others:
    here is a handy decoder for decoding binary, hex and ascii:

    http://www.paulschou.com/tools/xlate/

    and here's a vigenere decoder that does not require a keyword--in fact it will figure OUT your keyword for you:

    http://smurfoncrack.com/pygenere/
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    That second link could be very useful, shecrab. I'm not too good at working out keywords.

    Thanks, corgi and shecrab, for sharing those links.
    This is one I have used - mainly for caesar and vigenere although it does have others.
    http://www.elfqrin.com/codecracker.html

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    My favorite automated solving program comes from http://members.aon.at/cipherclerk/CipherClerk.html
    Here is a list of ciphers it can encode/decode.

    Simple substitution cipher
    Vigenere cipher
    Beaufort cipher
    Baufort cipher variant
    Della Porta cipher
    Polyalphabetic substitution cipher
    Nihilist substitution cipher
    Homohponic substitution cipher
    Checkerboard cipher
    M Del Vayo cipher
    Gronsfeld
    GROMARK
    Playfair cipher
    Seriated Playfair
    Doppelkastenschlüssel - "Double box key", a german WWII field cipher.
    Four square cipher
    Two square cipher
    Rail fence cipher
    Redfence cipher
    Ordinary columnar transposition
    Generic transposition cipher
    Delastelle's Bifid cipher
    Delastelle's Trifid cipher
    German field cipher (191, alias ADFGX, ADFGVX
    Morse Code Based Ciphers
    Pollux
    Morbit
    Fractionated Morse Code
    Whetstone cipher
    Hagelin's B211, C-35, C-38 (M-209)
    Kryha's Ciphering and Deciphering Machine
    Japanese Angooki Taipu A - The 'RED' Machine
    Japanese Angooki Taipu B - The 'PURPLE' Machine
    Hebern's Comertial Cipher Machine (5 Rotors)
    US Army Cipher Device, Type M-94
    Major Bazeries Cipher Device
    Mexican Army Cipher Disk
    Transpositeur à permutations secrètes
    Siemens & Halske Geheischreiber T52
    ROT-13

    Check it out.

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    yup cryptic, i have that in my bookmarks too, but i stopped using it --unless the others don't have what i need -- because it was having some issues -- but that could be that it doesn't quite agree with my computer

    shecrab, thanks! i'll add them to my collection

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    hello corg if your out their contact me .i am so lost on this site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpanther View Post
    hello corg if your out their contact me .i am so lost on this site.
    your friend rob,God bless
    Welcome to tweleve, bp.

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