The A1Z26 algorithm is a simple encryption technique that associates each letter of the alphabet with a number. Specifically, each letter is replaced by its alphabetical position, from 1 for A, 2 for B to 26 for Z.
A1Z26 Cipher Example
Message to encrypt: "Hello"
H is the 8th letter in the alphabet, E the 5th, etc.
The encrypted message is: "8 5 12 12 15"
To decrypt a message encrypted with the A1Z26 algorithm, you just need to replace each number with the corresponding letter of the alphabet.