Keyboard Coordinates Decoder
Keyboard Coordinates Encoder
Answers to Questions
How to encrypt using Keyboard Coordinates cipher?
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
How to decrypt Keyboard Coordinates cipher?
Decryption requires a keyboard (or dCode) to find the corresponding key to the coordinates line, column.
Example: 32 is A (row 3, key 2).
How to recognize Keyboard Coordinates ciphertext?
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).
What are the variants of the Keyboard Coordinates cipher?
- Inverting Lines and Columns
- Ignore some lines (such as top one with functions, or last one)
- Change Keyboard configuration: AZERTY, QWERTY or DWORAK