Tool to decrypt/encrypt Wabun code. Wabun code is a variant of Morse code used mainly to transmit japanese text written phonetically in kanas.
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Tag(s) : Telecom, Substitution Cipher
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Wabun Encryption uses a correspondence between kana and a Morse-like code. All words in latin alphabet are not available for ciphering, as Wabun is limited to these Japanese syllables/moras:
a, i, u, e, o, ka, ki, ku, ke, ko, sa, shi, su, se, so, ta, chi, tsu, te, to, na, ni, nu, ne, no, ha, hi, fu, he, ho, ma, mi, mu, me, mo, ya, yu, yo, ra, ri, ru, re, ro, wa, wi, n, we, wo, kya, kyu, kyo, sha, shu, sho, cha, chu, cho, nya, nyu, nyo, hya, hyu, hyo, mya, myu, myo, rya, ryu, ryo, ga, gi, gu, ge, go, gya, gyu, gyo, za, ji, zu, ze, zo, ja, ju, jo, da, ji, zu, de, do, ja, ju, jo, ba, bi, bu, be, bo, bya, byu, byo, pa, pi, pu, pe, po, pya, pyu, pyo
Example: To crypt DCODE, better use DE-KO-DE which is translated .-.-- .. ---- .-.-- ..
Wabun Decryption is a substitution of morse codes in japanese characters (kanas).
Example: The ciphertext .-.-- .. ---- .-.-- .. has 3 characters .-.-- .. (DE デ), ---- (KO コ) and again .-.-- .. (DE デ) so the original plain text is DCODE.
The message is normally composed of codes/signals similar to Morse (2 characters for - and . and another for separation).
Wabun is already a variant or Morse Code. It is possible to use different characters to encode the morse (other than dot, dash, space).