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Question of ceaser cipher of July 2018 UGC NET computer science aspirants.

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Nisha Mittal
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mam next exam main same question pattern to nehi ayegi na ..thatswhy plzz upload more mcq for next exam in free lessons ...
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Mam shift is only 11 position in this example
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Sorry mam... Got Concept thank you
  1. Caesar Cipher Nisha Mittal


  2. J-08718 48. Decrypt the message "WTAAD" using the Caesar Cipher with key=15. (1) LIPPS (2) HELLO (3) OLLEH (4) DAATW


  3. J-08718 48. Decrypt the message "WTAAD" using the Caesar Cipher with key-15. (1) LIPPS (2) HELLO (3) OLLEH (4) DAATW In Ceaser cipher algorithm encryption and decryption takes place. During encryption right shift takes place depending upon the key O In decryption left shift takes place depending on key.


  4. J-08718 48. Decrypt the message "WTAAD" using the Caesar Cipher with key-15. (1) LIPPS (2) HELLO (3) OLLEH (4) DAATW In the given question key value is 15 and decryption is asked: Given message is WTAAD Left shift 15 on W is H Left shift 15 on T is E


  5. J-08718 48. Decrypt the message "WTAAD" using the Caesar Cipher with key=15. (1) LIPPS (2) HELLO (3) OLLEH (4) DAATW In the given question key value is 15 and decryption is asked: Given message is WTAAD Left shift 15 on W is H Left shift 15 on T is E Left shift 15 on A is L Left shift 15 on A is L Left shift 15 on D is O The decrypted message will HELLO


  6. J-08718 48. Decrypt the message "WTAAD" using the Caesar Cipher with key-15. (1) LIPPS (2) HELLO (3) OLLEH (4) DAATW Given message is WTAAD Left shift 15 on W is H Left shift 15 on Tis E Left shift 15 on A is L Left shift 15 on A is L Left shift 15 on D is O The decrypted message will HELLO


  7. J-08718 48. Decrypt the message "WTAAD" using the Caesar Cipher with key-15. (1) LIPPS (2) HELLO (3) OLLEH (4) DAATW 2)HELLO