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:
Caesar Shift (1-25)
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.