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Tool to decrypt/encrypt Triliteral automatically. Triliteral cipher uses a triliteral alphabet which aims to replace letters by triples of three letters, generally A, B and C

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Tool to decrypt/encrypt Triliteral automatically. Triliteral cipher uses a triliteral alphabet which aims to replace letters by triples of three letters, generally A, B and C

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How to encrypt using Triliteral cipher?

Triliteral cipher encryption uses a triliteral alphabet for substituting each letter by a triple.

Example: Encrypt DCODE with the alphabet A=AAA, B=AAB, C=AAC, D=ABA, etc. The crypted message is: ABA AAC BBC ABA ABB

How to decrypt Triliteral cipher?

Triliteral Decryption requires to know the trileteral alphabet used in order to perform a substitution.

Example: The ciphered message ABAAACBBCABAABB have been encoded with the alphabet A=AAA, B=AAB, C=AAC, D=ABA, etc. The original plain text is DCODE.

How to decipher Triliteral without knowing the alphabet?

It is possible to transform ciphertext in mono-alphabetical substitution and apply usual methods.

How to recognize triliteral ciphertext?

The ciphered message has 3 distinct characters equally distributed.

What are the variants of the Triliteral cipher?

Main variants involve changing the alphabet. Another possibility is to switch to characters that are not A, B and C.

What are the most common triliteral alphabets?

Base 3 (space at the end):

AAAABAABCAACDABAEABBFABCGACAHACBIACC
JBAAKBABLBACMBBANBBBOBBCPBCAQBCBRBCC
SCAATCABUCACVCBAWCBBXCBCYCCAZCCB CCC

Base 3 (space at the beginning):

AAAAAABBAACCABADABBEABCFACAGACBHACC
IBAAJBABKBACLBBAMBBBNBBCOBCAPBCBQBCC
RCAASCABTCACUCBAVCBBWBCBXCCAYCCBZCCC

Frederici:

AAABBAACCABADABBEABCFACAGACBHACCIBBA
JBBAKBBCLBABMBAANBACOBCBPBCAQBCCRCCA
SCCBTCACUCAAVCAAWCABXCBCYCBAZCBB

Cardan:

AAACBAABCACADACCEACBFABAGABCHCACIABB
JABBKCABLCAAMCCANCCBOCBAPCBCQCBBRBAA
SCCCTBACUBABVBABWBABXBCAYBCCZBCB

Vigenere:

ABBABBAACBACDAAAEAACFAABGACAHACCIACB
JACBKABALABCMABBNCCCOCCAPCCBQCAARCAC
SCABTCBAUCBCVCBCWCBCXCBBYBBBZBCB

Wilkins:

AAAABAACCAABDCAAECCAFCCCGCBBHBAAIBBA
JBBAKBBCLBBBMACANACCOACBPABAQABCRABB
SCBATCBCUCBBVCBBWCACXBCAYBCCZBCB

What are the 27 letters of the Triliteral Alphabet?

AAA, AAB, AAC, ABA, ABB, ABC, ACA, ACB, ACC, BAA, BAB, BAC, BBA, BBB, BBC, BCA, BCB, BCC, CAA, CAB, CAC, CBA, CBB, CBC, CCA, CCB, CCC

When Triliteral have been invented ?

The first triliteral alphabet appeared between 1550 and 1650

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