Albam Cipher
Almost identical to the Atbash Cipher, the Albam Cipher is a simple substitution that swaps the letter in a standard alphabet to the letter in the same position of the second alphabet (LMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJK). This version uses a full alphabet, which includes the vowels. The original Hebrew version only had 22 letters. See more information at CreationPie.com.
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