Übchi Transposition Cipher

The Übchi Transposition Cipher was used by the Germans during World War 1 and is a double columnar transposition cipher. It was abandoned by the Germans following an article in the French newspaper Le Matin in November 1914, which praised the success of the decryption by the French. This cipher was originally found on Rumkin.com and was created by Tyler Akins.

You must enter the plaintext.

Keyword / Column Order
Enter keyword or column order (up to 9 numbers with no spaces).

Keyword Duplicate Letter Direction
If your keyword has duplicate letters, you can choose which direction to number the duplicates when the columnar key is created.

Columnar Key:
1

Pad Character:
If your text is too long, it will be padded with an extra character.

You must enter the ciphertext.