transposition cipher


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transposition cipher

[‚tranz·pə′zish·ən ‚sī·fər]
(communications)
A cipher in which the order of the characters in the original message is changed.
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2 This time we're using a transposition cipher, where letters are re-arranged.
In a transposition cipher, the letters of the plaintext are rearranged into new patterns.
WHICH MEANS THE ANSWER IS: A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush 2 This time we're using a transposition cipher, where letters are re-arranged.
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