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dCode is free and its tools are a valuable help in games, maths, geocaching, puzzles and problems to solve every day!
A suggestion ? a feedback ? a bug ? an idea ? Write to dCode!
dCode is a toolkit website for decryption, ciphertexts, cheating at letter games, solve riddles, treasure hunts, etc. Opened in 2009, the site has grown steadily and improved, offering more and more tools and carried by its users, dCode has become a public site, free and open to all!
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dCode author is an engineer, webmaster, and most of all a great riddles/puzzle games enthusiast, a cryptography fan, player of letter games, and games in general. Through his experiences, he developed tools that allow to automate the search processes in word games, deciphering of secret messages, and boring treatment in riddles. In order to share its creations, he launched the site: dCode.fr. Today, the site has grown and a with the help of a small team of enthusiasts friends, he continues its development.
Sciences & Avenir n°764 (French)
By letting a comment (at the bottom) or by clicking on Contact me.
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Help requests are usually ignored unless they are of interest to dCode.
Source code requests for personnal uses will not be taken into account (only for companies).
Solution 1: Support: financially, dCode is dependent on advertising, but could do without it if some people donate via Paypal or Patreon here (link)
Solution 2: Share: getting to know dCode and seeing its audience growing is part of what is most encouraging. Make dCode the most famous website:)
Click on the Share image on every page (right column) and share dCode pages on social media, talk about dCode to your friends, write articles on your site, blogs, etc. All means are good!
Here is a list of sites that help to make dCode famous:
- Prise2Tete here (link) a French riddles website (puzzles, games, and a forum)
- Geocaching here (link) millions of hidden geocaches with millions of riddles
- N0t Pr0n here (link) one of the first navigator based riddle game
- Puzzling @ StackExchange here (link) a community of StackExchange for puzzling lovers and a dedicated cipher tag.
Solution 3: Participate : suggest improvements, show bugs, use Discord etc.
Thanks to LeSingeMalicieux for its incredible knowledge about cryptography.
Thanks to @vg_sp4sm here (link) for bug sharing.
Thanks to everyone that send messages to help the site.
dCode logo is a cryptex, a word invented by the writer Dan Brown, author of the Da Vinci Code, to name an object probably created by Leonardo Da Vinci. It is a cylinder with a code which opening is conditioned by a password, any wrong attempt will destroy its content. Buy a cryptex here (link)
dCode.fr is hosted by OVH: Société OVH. Headquarters: 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix, France. Phone. +33 (0)8 99 70 17 61. Website: www.ovh.com
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