Cipher 71: Monoalphabetic II

As promised, the fourth season of cp4space ciphers has now commenced. Here’s a monoalphabetic substitution cipher with a nine-letter plaintext containing a man’s name. The password for the solvers’ area is the person who killed that man, entirely in lowercase:

F B' U2 R2 L2 U D'

Enjoy.

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One Response to Cipher 71: Monoalphabetic II

  1. I’m no cryptographer, but I noticed today what at least SEEM to be a couple blatant cyphers in a fairly popular work which no one seems to have solved:

    http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=002084
    http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=002087

    Do these have the aroma of real text, and if so, can you solve them?

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