List of all commands and available methods

List of all available methods. Just put the keyword in front of the text you want to encrypt and send the message to the Cypherbot in your favorite messanger or social channel.

  • ROT13

    Very old encryption from Caesar that replaces each english letter with the one 13 places forward or back along the alphabet. Often used in usenet or geocaching.

    Keyword: rot13
  • Reverse

    The text just backwards. Everyone should still know this from the school time. ;)

    Keyword: reverse
  • Nato Alphabet

    C like Charlie. The NATO phonetic alphabet is the most widely used radiotelephone spelling alphabet. It is officially the International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet, and also commonly known as the ICAO phonetic alphabet.

    Keyword: nato
  • DIN5009 Alphabet

    A like Anton. With the german phonetic spelling alphabet, each individual letter is spoken as a word with the corresponding initial letter. Which words stand for which letter is recorded in DIN 5009.

    Keyword: din5009
  • MD5

    Keyword: md5
  • SHA1

    Keyword: sha1
  • Morse code

    Keyword: morse
  • BASE64

    Base64 is a group of similar binary-to-text encoding schemes that represent binary data in an ASCII string format by translating it into a radix-64 representation. The particular set of 64 characters chosen to represent the 64 place-values for the base varies between implementations. The general strategy is to choose 64 characters that are both members of a subset common to most encodings, and also printable.

    Keyword: base64
  • Binary

    Keyword: binary

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Other commands

  • Feedback

    To send a feedback with ideas or problems just prepend "feedback:" to your message.

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