Documentation for pycipher is available here: http://pycipher.readthedocs.io/en/master/.
pycipher is a python module available at PyPI, the Python Package Index. To use the module, you will need to have python installed, how to install python.
pycipher is still new, so there may be errors or problems with it for a little while, but we'll be working hard to iron these out as quickly as possible. If you find an error, you can leave a comment here and we'll do our best to fix it.
You can now download pycipher using the following command:
pip install pycipher
If you don't have pip installed, you will need to download it from https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip#downloads.
If you would like to install pycipher without using pip, you can get it from https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pycipher.
Once pycipher is installed, you should be able to run code such as the following:
>>> from pycipher import ADFGVX >>> adfgvx = ADFGVX(key='PH0QG64MEA1YL2NOFDXKR3CVS5ZW7BJ9UTI8', keyword='GERMAN') >>> adfgvx.encipher("Hello world!") 'FVFDAGXAFFFFGFAGADFG' >>> adfgvx.decipher(_) 'HELLOWORLD'
Contributing to pycipher §
pycipher is open source. If you would like to contribute to pycipher you can find it on github here: https://github.com/jameslyons/pycipher.comments powered by Disqus