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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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