Atbash Cipher

The Atbash cipher is a very common, simple cipher. It was for the Hebrew alphabet, but modified here to work with the English alphabet. Basically, when encoded, an "A" becomes a "Z", "B" turns into "Y", etc.

The Atbash cipher can be implemented as an Affine cipher by setting both "a" and "b" to 25.

This is your encoded/decoded text:

Zzz is the longest word that you can type in the lower row of letters on a qwerty keyboard. Since there are no vowels, it is difficult to construct words. Zzz is to show that someone is snoring or is asleep, and does appear in dictionaries. Tyler Akins! <>
Contact Me - Legal Info