This week's resource does one simple thing: It reverses text.
You enter a sentence (or some cipher text) and it gives you the same text, backwards. So text like "Hidden coordinates," becomes "setanidrooc neddiH." When is this useful? Some caches include reversed text as part of a cipher, or as part of the hint. It is an effective way to double encode something. Of course, it can be done by hand... but this tool ensures results without mistakes.
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