Tool to decipher/decrypt/encrypt according to the rank of consonants and vowels. The latin alphabet consists of 6 vowels and 20 consonants, each of which can be coded by a row (from 1 to 6 for vowels and from 1 to 20 for consonants)
Consonants/Vowels Rank Cipher - dCode
Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher
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The encryption is based on the position of the vowels (AEIOUY) and consonants (BCDFGHJKLMNPQRSTVWXZ) in the alphabet.
With these tables, it is then possible to realize various substitutions/encryptions:
Consonants: Each consonant is encrypted by its rank (number indexed from 1 to 20).
Example: DCODE is then encoded: 3,2,O,3,E
Vowels: Each vowel is encrypted by its rank (number indexed from 1 to 6).
Example: DCODE is then encoded: DC4D2
Consonants and Vowels: For this case, it is necessary to distinguish the vowels by the prefix V and the consonants by the prefix C
Example: DCODE is then encoded C3C2V4C3V2
Deciphering requires replacing the numbers with the corresponding vowels or consonants.
1,2,3 may correspond to 'A, E, I' or 'B, C, D' according to the encryption mode
Example: C3C2V4C3V2 deciphers DCODE
The message is composed of numbers, in its most common version, there are many C and V to indicate consonants and vowels respectively.