Tool to encode / decode with the Indienne code (1 dit N). Indienne is a substitution cipher that associates to the digit 1, the letter N. Indienne (read 1 says N) is the French word for Indian girl.
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Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher
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Indienne Encryption (1ditN) is a shift of the A1Z26 cipher (alphabetical rank cipher) for which A=1 is modified into N=1, and the other letters follow the same shift, O=2, P=3 etc.
Example: DCODE is coded 17/16/2/17/18
1-dit-N decryption associates to each letter a unique number (the correspondence is selected during the encryption process, but must keep 1=N).
A message coded with Indian is composed of numbers ranging from 1 to 26 by default.
The value 18 normally corresponds to E and should be an over-represented character.
Any reference to Indians, tribes, or India is a clue.
Since N=1 is an invariant basis, only the notation of the other letters can be modified, as by using increasing numbers N=1,O=2,P=3 or decreasing numbers N=1,O=0,P=-1 (negative numbers).
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