Caesar cipher encryption is one of the oldest forms of encryption and can work with any ordered alphbet. Basically, it shifts the letters of the original text to provide a new and encrypted text. For example, if I have the text string 'hello' and I encrypt it by shifting all the letters up by one, the new text would be 'ifmmp'. This can be a fun way to send secret messages to your friends. We have created an online tool to perform the caesar cipher for you. To encrypt your own text, enter it below and specify how many shifts you'd like to do. To decrypt the message, use the OPPOSITE shift. For example, if you used 5 to encrypt your message, use -5 to decrypt it back into regular text.
Note: This will only work well with the english alphabet (or other latin alphabets).