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1) The simplest form of a Substitution Cipher is a Monoalphabetic Substitution Cipher.
Create one or two lines of ciphertext that is encrypted using a shift monoalphabetic substitution cipher or another one at your own choice.


2) The ciphertext below (which is related to this course) is an example of encryption using a monoalphabetic substitution cipher.   

W K H   F R X U V H   W L W O H   L V   F P L V 7 6 8   F R P S X W H U   Q H W Z R U N L Q J
What is the plaintext for this?
What key was used?

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1) The created ciphertext is

Elq hrcq ug natdcnnlubt txe sao
Ggfeprfzl elqfr lvq cawc esipvmz jpiwg ypjf...

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