On the Subject of The Shape Ciphers
When the geometry teacher gives you homework.
On the module, you will see 3 screens, a keyboard, 2 arrows, and a submit button that displays the current page you're on.
Pressing the right arrow takes you to the next page. Pressing the left arrow takes you to the previous page. There is a total of 2 pages.
On page 1, the top screen shows a 6 letter encrypted word, the middle screen shows a keyword. This keyword is referred to as KW1.
On pages 2 and 3, all 3 screens show a number. Each digit is used for the Circle Cipher.
On page 4, the top screen shows a keyword. This is referred to as KW2.
On pages 4 and 5, digits from 0-11 are shown, and the screen below them show their rotations.
On page 5, the bottom screen shows a digit. This digit is used for making the 12 triangular keys for Triangle Cipher.
On pages 6 and 7, the displays shows six letters that are encrypted in Morse code. This is referred to as KW3. This is used for Square Cipher.
Take the encrypted word and follow the mechanics down below:
Step 1: Circle Cipher
For this step use KW1 to create the string.
To create it, put the alphabet behind the keyword, remove any duplicates so each letter occurs once.
The string and pi are zero-indexed.
Take the number on the top screen in page 2 to get a position in pi. Take the number in that position, and shift to the left that many times from the first letter, wrapping around if necessary. Continue this process for all 6 letters and numbers.