AZdecrypt WinGUI

Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby doranchak » Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:34 am

Normally I run it from Parallels Desktop, a virtualization program in which I have a Windows virtual machine. I just tried to run it via Wine (https://www.winehq.org/) but it did not work, maybe because my version was out of date. I'm trying WineBottler now. (Update: No luck with WineBottler. It may just be that I haven't set up the proper configuration of options yet.)
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Jarlve » Tue Apr 11, 2017 1:53 pm

Okay thanks.
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Jarlve » Mon Apr 17, 2017 12:12 pm

A new AZdecrypt update has been added to the main page.

What is new?

- Support for 4, 7 and 8-grams added
- Substitution + polyphones solver
- Create transposition matrix
- Bugfixes and stuff

The amount of polyphones/letters per symbol for the new substitution + polyphones solver have to be set through the symbols menu (under functions).

The new create transposition matrix (under functions) requires you to open a cipher with the dimensions you want to create a matrix in first. Then left mouse click on the button-grid to set a number one by one, it increments automatically. A right mouse click draws (when possible) a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line between the last number and your new position. Mr lowe, let me know if you have any suggestions, questions or problems.
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Mr lowe » Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:45 pm

Hi jarlvie.. cool update works well. the matrix is great just a tweek. not sure if I'm using it right.
the transposition matrix needs a back button so when a mistake is made you can delete your last entry. Also it does not show the statistics for bigram trigrams etc.
Oh and maybe a button that can highlight the pivots if required.
Cheers great work.
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Jarlve » Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:20 am

Thanks for your feedback Mr lowe. I will add an undo button.

It is not a visualization tool like Largo's Peek-a-boo. It is just there to create a transposition matrix, which is a grid of numbers ranging from 1 to 340 for example. When made/filled, click on export to output window and go to transposition under the functions menu and select use transposition matrix and click on transpose or untranspose in that window. That will apply the matrix to your cipher in the input window, after that you can check bigrams with multigrams under the stats menu. I understand that you would like to see live statistics, need to think about it.
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Largo » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:06 am

Hi Jarlve!

Thank you very much for the great update! To have a polyphone solver is very valuable. AZDecrypt is such a powerful tool. If z340 gets solved In the future I am sure it will be done by AZDecrypt.
Recently I continued my work on the z340. My current goal is to walk back some steps and get a new perspective. I hope I can contribute some new ideas soon.
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Jarlve » Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:19 am

Largo wrote:Hi Jarlve!

Thank you very much for the great update! To have a polyphone solver is very valuable. AZDecrypt is such a powerful tool. If z340 gets solved In the future I am sure it will be done by AZDecrypt.
Recently I continued my work on the z340. My current goal is to walk back some steps and get a new perspective. I hope I can contribute some new ideas soon.

Nice to hear from you Largo and thank you for your compliments.
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Jarlve » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:26 pm

I started coding a vigenère solver a couple of days ago. It cracked glurk's homophonic substitution + vigenère cipher within a few minutes.

Code: Select all
Score: 19139.03 Ioc: 0.06957 Ioc: 0.04417
Vigenère key: LIZMKWD

ILIKEEATINGPEOPLE
BECAUSETHEYTASTES
OMUCHBETTERTHANTH
EWILDGAMEIKILLINT
HEFORESTBECAUSEMA
NISTHEMOSTTASTYAN
IMALOFALLTOKISLME
NGIVESMETHEMOSTTH
RILLINGEXPERIENCE
ITISEVENBETTERTHA
NSTEARSONAGRILLTH
EBESTPARTOFITISTH
ATWHENIEADIWILLAD
DMYCAUCEANDALLMYM
EATIHAVEKILLEDWIL
LBECOMEEVENTASDIE
RIWISLNOTGIVEYOUT
HENAMEOFMYSAUCEBE
CAUSEYOUWILLTRYTO
BUYITALLUPANDMAKE
MYMEALSLESSTASTYG
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Largo » Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:04 am

Hi Jarlve,

in the older versions of AZDecrypt (0.99) it was possible to batch-solve files 1.txt to n.txt. In the new version all the ciphers have to be in one big file (like shown in the batch example). Can you please implement something like
"solve all files inside folder xyz and put the results into folder abc"? That would be great!
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Re: AZdecrypt WinGUI

Postby Largo » Sun Apr 23, 2017 9:48 am

Sorry, but I have found a bug: "Functions->Transposition->Period" seems to be broken. Worked fine in 1.0b. Same for diagonal transpose/untranspose.
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