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I don't think there is a name for this special kind of property, but it is a clear hint for polyalphabetic substitution ciphers. It is a special kind of polyalphabetic substitution cipher. The first alphabet is a normal random key, while each successive alphabet is generated by a one-character right shift of the previous alphabet. As a result there are as ...


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Hmm, first about your type of encryption: ...for a Caesar Cipher that encrypts each letter with a different integer as a shift... This actually describes a Vigenère Cipher. The classic approach to break this kind of cipher is by Determine the key length first Break the underlying Caesar Cipher for each letter of the key. To follow this route a ...



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