Anurag Bhatnagar

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In polyalphabetic substitution the plain text's letters are enciphered differently according to their position. The name polyalphabetic suggests that there are more than one key so we have used two keys combination instead of just one, in order to produce the cipher text. We can also use three or more keys to make the enciphering process more complicated.(More)
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