AZdecrypt WinGUI

AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Jarlve » Wed Nov 30, 2016 7:13 am

Newest download (07/09/2017): AZdecrypt 1.08 (64-bit): https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5r0r ... UU5T3R2LVk

Older versions: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5r0r ... mljRWJvYkU

Additional ngram files:

4-grams_english_practicalcryptography_wortschatz: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5r0r ... lJrUjJBWWM
7-grams_english_jarlve_reddit: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5r0r ... WlIR1I4eVk

Quickstart guide:

To get started, open the program and click on Open file (or copy-paste a cipher into the input window) and then click on solve and your cipher will be solved.

It comes with a library of built in dimension, manipulation, text and transposition functions. As well as various statistics and formatting options like converting from numbers to characters and vice versa. Support for custom ngram alphabets and batch solving, look at "Ciphers/batch example.txt" to see an example format. No help file, help yourself or ask.

If you find any bugs or do have suggestions I would greatly appreciate the feedback.

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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby smokie treats » Wed Nov 30, 2016 1:18 pm

Hey Jarlve, nice to hear from you. I am looking forward to trying out your new program. Thank you for doing that.
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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Mr lowe » Wed Nov 30, 2016 2:53 pm

Hey jarlve..great to see you. I hope your keeping well . Cheers.
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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Jarlve » Thu Dec 01, 2016 6:46 am

Thanks smokie and Mr lowe, have a nice day all.
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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Largo » Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:48 pm

Hi Jarlve,

it's great that you are back! I have read so many of your postings and learned a lot from you (and all the other skilled people here).
I am working on a library in python to test my ideas (analyzing stuff, transposition e.t.c.) for a long time now. AZdecrypt is a very important tool for my work on the cipher and I use it regularly. Thank you for developing and sharing it!
Today I have tried out you new version. I really like the shiny new gui! I hope that I will find a bit more time tomorrow to test it more detailed so that I can give you some feedback.

By the way: What would you say which score "threshold" could be used to differentiate between a "non solve" and a "this could be a real cipher" for a 340 character cipher? (Sorry for my broken english...) Usually I don't look any closer at results below 20800. Everything above 21000 catches my interest. Would you agree or is my approach too simple?

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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Jarlve » Fri Dec 02, 2016 4:33 am

Largo wrote:
By the way: What would you say which score "threshold" could be used to differentiate between a "non solve" and a "this could be a real cipher" for a 340 character cipher? (Sorry for my broken english...) Usually I don't look any closer at results below 20800. Everything above 21000 catches my interest. Would you agree or is my approach too simple?

I agree. It is mainly the multiplicity that creates the score threshold. Higher multiplicity loosens the constraints. Other factors are the ngrams log frequencies, ngram size and solver settings.
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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Marclean » Sat Dec 03, 2016 7:58 am

Wow, cool !! :D
Great, there's a lot of what I need. I'm learning to work with him now.
But it is best to see that you are well and that Mr. Jarlve has not given up.
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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Jarlve » Sat Dec 03, 2016 9:06 am

Thanks Marclean, take care and I hope you enjoy the program.
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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Marclean » Mon Jan 16, 2017 9:25 pm

Mr Jarvle,
Forgive me if I missed something about the cipher manipulation possibilities,
I learned several schemas in the program, looking for n-grams.
I wonder if it is possible to manipulate in the form of "circle", in which the rows and columns walk together, I say in independent movements (clock and counter-clockwise) between the "circles" mounted from the columns and lines ?? !!
(I imagine that in offset this is possible, but at least in the ways that I have been trying I have not been able to)
This program is great.

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Re: AZdecrypt 1.0

Postby Mr lowe » Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:19 am

Hi Marclean if you have real difficult patterns you want to try, have a go at this programme. its simple to use for one offs but a bit time consuming..
http://zodiackillerciphers.com/zodiac-pattern-drawer
Once you have the pattern you want, save to notebook and drop the numbers onto AZdecrypt.. ps AZdecrypt can also convert numbers to symbols if needed.
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