Unknown 9-14-19

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type. One of my ID tests put the correct type in fourth place, another put it in second place, and the third put it unanimously in first place. My hill-climber solved it without a crib but needed several runs.

???
HGUAT OHWNE HTNES SYOUM USTTY HMAFE MOSHT REITS UCHOF IAOUV LUVEN
NRUWV ODBAH EMESI EWHBE AREST EEEGA RRLDN AWSSE OAEIW ANTEO EATUP
WTDEH SIBNT TNELI EVEWE MOHOC DETCE LGEEN DEDTO YOUWI T

caesar shifted crib: LTAJWSJXX

Unknown 9-11-19

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type. All my ID tests put the correct type on top. A hill-climber solved it without a crib.

???
KIOEA ACUTO STMDO EEPSD OCROO HADHE FADUN DETHS TSENT NTFDS WTOYR
PLSGH MASEN UMRCE THETE PEIRT HRHFS HOIWP STYOO ROAAV NFANL WIWLI
ART

Collection of Syllabary and Numbered key ciphers

I’ve posted a zipped file with 10,000 syllabary and 10,000 numbered key ciphers at the links below.

Each line of the file is divided into 8 fields separated by commas. The fields are:
(1) The plaintext
(2) The key for the numbered key cipher
(3) The shift for the key
(4) Numbered key ciphertext
(5) Syllabary keysquare key
(6) Syllabary row key (10 digits)
(7) Syllabary column key (10 digits)
(8) Syllabary ciphertext.

There are a couple of restrictions: (A) Since the plaintext is the same for both cipher types, the plaintext contains no digits. (B) The numbered key keys are just random text passages.

Google Docs link:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M5avmCqkJyfYDPur3QrE1gTBShofCLlj/view?usp=sharing

Dropbox link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r8z1x2ldstjv5kq/numbered_key_syllabary_ciphers_compressed.zip?dl=0

Unknown 9-5-2019

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type.
The random forest ID test put the correct type in eighth place. The Bion’s Gadgets neural net test didn’t mention the correct type. My experimental neural net ID test put the correct type in first place and no other types were listed, so I tried its type first and solved it. A hill-climber got a practical solution without a crib. A key-search program also got the solution without a crib. I’ll include a caesar-shifted crib.

???.
SHIST TNTHA RDDHI UWAEE HASEC IEMTM NHMHT RLEOH SEEOI RSWRB YAATN
DIGTR LVTTE ETBDA ONCUN NORET HYTCT EEMGT TIYAI LRIWD OENIO MABSE
IWKTM TRAES NAHDH TAESR BIIAI THREO

crib: GZYNITSYRNSIF

Unknown 8-17-19

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type. Two of my ID tests put the correct type in second place, but the third ID test didn’t mention the correct type. A more specific test put the correct type on top. Two of my solvers got it without a crib, but the third solver needed the crib.

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UTKFT LBEVS YYVZY NWZAE PUYUE EWCET XVERR OUSTL OMXVO QROVW CUUFY
UBWHS TCBCS ECXVW DEMAM ZGLDE HOKTW UPWUF VSHOE RUSXU ZI

caesar-shifted crib: HFXJBJRZXY

Unknown 8-15-19

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type. It took me a long time to convince myself I had the correct type even though it was in second place in all my ID tests. It also took a long time to solve it without a crib. I ran my hill-climber many times until it suddenly got a good partial solution that I was able to finish off. I’ll include a caesar-shifted crib.

???
60438 44382 71801 82409 48443 89435 71189 75318 44270 19843 08081
07013 18447 48943 82798 14847 50403 84684 43852 79385 04844 74843
08503 93193 84430 38279 87989 03742 18900 50090 19844 84449 38018
44380 44387 98048 27984 4833

crib: NINANSJI

Unknown 8-8-19

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type. All my ID tests put the correct type on top. A hill-climber solved it without a crib but I’ll include a caesar-shifted crib.

???
HGOHW NTTTE FFSBI KKQHQ ATCII ZKVZQ MMQAW ABGRA NKLNE REOXL NWENI
FFQBX DVWDO SPFEA GYRUR ZPPVJ GNRQR VVEUC LOAUM IWYIR MUOOP KLSBL
PSVMK TXZJI BXAAY SBNJR FKI.

crib: YMJGTC

Gromark 8-6-19

Two ciphers today!

Here’s a randomnly generated Gromark cipher. As usual none of my ID tests put Gromark on top. My PH hill-climber solved it without the primer and without a crib. I’ll add primer and crib in caesar-shifted form.

Gromark:
LZJPB ZLFQQ UVTIU OVDBQ MIIDE TULWG ZIBRA QKLGZ GFPPR BJCYM TWVZZ
CYZVS DGZPR HLROJ YRUAE SSQAE NROKE RZAPH RGPSR CODFM HUNBO AHOJG
IXEPN JAPF.

caesar_shifted primer: EJWTXNCYBTYBTKNAJ
caesar-shifted crib: SMTSJXYRFS

Unknown 8-4-19

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type. Two of my ID tests put the correct type on top and one put it in second place. A hill-climber solved it quickly.

???
ISONG SAUHO NISOP MCNCN MYGOT APOCE GUULS NEODN DBEEE LKBYE NAIKR
VINBO BNLFT TTNLP GSETL GTEST OETNR IEEOI LDSRE MNOTN YFEOM EDYRS
AEREN TACOO RFOKA HEVAT NENHH EETIH HEGAR AVDUK AAENS S.

Unknown 7-24-19

Here’s a randomly generated cipher of unknown type. Two of my ID tests put the correct type on top and one ID test put it in second place. Both a key search and a hill-climber solved it quickly with no crib. I added the “NeDB” database program (written for node.js) to my generator so the cipher was saved in json format to my new random cipher database file.

???.
AEMBE FLAER HAAIH PLRSC SPTFD IOLBT NHROR NEAHT SAEPI NUCEE TTTIY
VRGOT ARBYT NPLOO OSSEE YNSER IDYAA WIOUM MSOTO CLMAO REEMU ALEOE
DDTMT .