Last commit: 3 January 2020


D-syfer is a simple ciphering and deciphering tool written in JavaScript. It works with substitution ciphers like Pigpen, Caesar and Affine.


The inspiration for this tool goes back to my school days where we used to exchange random tidbits using simple-to-use ciphers and take turns guessing what messages meant. This tool could've helped encrypt large pieces of text that would've taken hours to do by hand. 😅


Since it is a beginner friendly project, D-syfer was put up for community contributions in KWoC 2019 - Kharagpur Winter of Code, a 5-week long online program for students who are new to open source software development, organized by the Kharagpur Open Source Society (KOSS).