Keyed Caesar Cipher

The Keyed Caesar cipher is a variation to the standard Caesar cipher (shifting the letters by 13). In a keyed version, the alphabet is "keyed" by using a word and those letters are moved to the front of the alphabet and the rotation is performed.

Example: If the keyword was "zebra", the alphabet would look like this:

You must enter the message.

Caesar Shift (1-25)
You must enter the encryption key.

Alphabet Key

The following buttons can be used to manipulate the text into various forms such as uppercase, lowercase, reverse text, etc. The choice text chosen will be copied and a new page will be opened.