Tool to simulate a keyboard shift, this Qwerty Cipher consists in typing a letter close to another on a computer keyboard. The shift can be on the right, the left, up or down.
Keyboard Shift Cipher - dCode
Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher
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Encryption uses a QWERTY or AZERTY keyboard layout, and shift each key with the one next to it.
Example: Encrypt DCODE with right shifting: D becomes F, C becomes V, etc. and the encrypted message is FVPFR
When there are no letters, use a punctuation key, or get to the other site or the keyboard.
The CTRL, ALT, SHIFT or TAB keys can be ignored or not.
Decryption is identical to encryption, but with an inverted direction: a right shifting becomes a left shifting.
The ciphered message is composed only of keyboard keys. One key near to E appears the most.
It exists multiple keyboard layouts, and multiple shifting directions.