Implementation of the pen-and-paper VIC cipher
This is a Python 3 implementation of the pen-and-paper cipher used by the Soviet spy Reino Häyhänen, codenamed “VICTOR”, in the 1950s.
If you have 3to2 from the PyPI installed you can just run make 3to2 and you will end up with a copy of the cipher implementation in the 3to2/ subdirectory converted to run under Python 2.
The vic entrypoint has two subcommands, encrypt and decrypt. To encrypt something you have to pass the following as arguments to the encrypt subcommand:
To decrypt a message you have to pass the following as arguments to the decrypt subcommand:
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