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Bacon Cipher

Tool to decrypt/encrypt Bacon automatically. Bacon cipher uses a biliteral substitution alphabet which replace a character with a group of 5 formed with two letters, generally A and B.

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# Bacon Cipher

## Bacon Encoder

Tool to decrypt/encrypt Bacon automatically. Bacon cipher uses a biliteral substitution alphabet which replace a character with a group of 5 formed with two letters, generally A and B.

### How to encrypt using Bacon cipher

Encryption uses a substitution alphabet (no letter J or V) based on 2 letters (A and B)

A B AAAAA AAAAB AAABA AAABB AABAA AABAB AABBA AABBB ABAAA ABAAB ABABA ABABB ABBAA ABBAB ABBBA ABBBB BAAAA BAAAB BAABA BAABB BABAA BABAB BABBA BABBB

Example: DCODE is encrypted AAABB,AAABA,ABBAB,AAABB,AABAA

Another alphabet is sometimes preferred, it uses a unique code for each letter:

A B AAAAA AAAAB AAABA AAABB AABAA AABAB AABBA AABBB ABAAA ABAAB ABABA ABABB ABBAA ABBAB ABBBA ABBBB BAAAA BAAAB BAABA BAABB BABAA BABAB BABBA BABBB BBAAA BBAAB

### How to decrypt Bacon cipher

Decryption is a simple substitution with the biliterian alphabet of Bacon.

Example: AAABB AAABA ABBAB AAABB AABAA is equivalent to DCODE.

### How to recognize a Bacon ciphertext?

The ciphered message is a bilitary code (binary with 2 letters), and maybe spaces every 5 characters.

### What are the variants of the Bacon cipher?

The letters A and B can be replaced by others characters, such as 0 and 1, to transform the message into binary format.

### When Bacon cipher have been invented?

Francis Bacon described in near 1605