Tool to hide binary data (Steganographic tool) with characters shapes that look like or combine 0's and 1's (round = 0, lines = 1), thus binary.
Binary Character Shapes - dCode
Tag(s) : Steganography, Substitution Cipher
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NB: this is not ASCII encoding or binary calculations, but rather an other encryption system.
This principle of hiding binary is to use characters having in their form / glyph straight elements such as bars (vertical or oblique) and rounded elements (circles or semicircles) to extract 1 and 0 (respectively).
Example: 010 is close to the character % (percent) with a round 0 then a bar 1 and another round 0
This principle has nothing to do with ASCII encoding or other binary conversion, here it is simplistic steganography.
Alternatively it is possible to count the number of vertical bars or rounded portions in the letters.
Example: E for 1111, F for 111, B for 100
The shapes of the characters are broken down into basic elements (bars/lines/straight or round) and transcribed in binary according to their writing.
Example: P includes a bar and a flare, it translates to 10