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Shift cipher or ceasar cipher attains perfect secrecy only in the special case with the assumption that 26 keys are used in equal probability in the shift cipher, and to encrypt each symbol we use a different key which is choosen equiprobably ( i.e., perfectly random ) from the key space. It is easy to check all keys given a plaintext when the key is fixed ...



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