Tool for finding or hiding text in another text that look written in pseudo-Latin with suffixes (hence the name gibberish) like -us, -um, -ae etc.
Latin Gibberish - dCode
Tag(s) : Steganography
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Latin gibberish is a steganography technique which consists in taking each word backwards and adding a suffix to it in order to give it a Latin consonance.
The latin gibberish encryption write each word from right to left (in reverse, in the opposite direction: ABC-CBA) and add a suffix from latin declensions (-us, -um, -it, etc. .)
Example: LATIN is written backwards NITAL add a suffix like UM or AE to get NITALUM or NITALAE.
Deciphering consists in de-latinizing the words by deleting their suffixes and writing them in the correct way (because the order of the letters has previously been reversed CBA-ABC).
Example: Take the word NITALUS, remove the suffix US to get NITAL and write it in reverse to have the original word: LATIN.
The message is composed of words with Latin appearances that probably do not exist in Latin dictionaries.
The Latin suffixes can be multiple, it is also conceivable to use others, like -IX for the indomitable Gauls!
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