Caesar cipher

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Etymology[edit]

From its supposed use by Julius Caesar to communicate with his generals.

Noun[edit]

Caesar cipher ‎(plural Caesar ciphers)

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  1. A simple form of encryption in which each letter in the plaintext is shifted through the alphabet a number of positions (for example A→D, B→E, C→F, etc.).

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  1. ^ Icelandic Web of Science: Hvað er og hvernig verkar dulkóðun? (“What is encryption and how does it work?”)