Tool to translate keyboard keys into column-line and vice versa. The keyboard has keys that can be identified with their coordinates: number of row and column
Keyboard Coordinates - dCode
Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher
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Encryption uses a computer keyboard and each key is encoded with its position on the keyboard (line, column)
Example: A becomes 32 because it is located on the 3rd row and it is the 2nd key
Do not confuse with ASCII values where 32 is space
Decryption requires a keyboard (or dCode) to find the corresponding key to the coordinates (line, column)
Example: 32 is A (row 3, key 2).
The ciphered message is made of couples of numbers, sometimes concatenated, one for the lines (between 1 and 6) and one for the columns (between 1 and 21).
— Inverting Lines and Columns
— Ignore some lines (such as top one with functions, or last one)
— Change Keyboard configuration: AZERTY, QWERTY or DWORAK
The coordinates change accordingly.