Tool for decoding/encoding with fractionated Morse code. Fractionated Morse cipher is a variant of Morse code that adds an overcryption to it by splitting dots and dashes in groups of 3.
Fractionated Morse Cipher - dCode
Tag(s) : Substitution Cipher
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The encryption consists, first of all, of encoding the plain message in Morse (point . for short, dash - for long), with a separator |, between each letter, and between each word a double separator ||.
Example: DCODE MORSE is encoded in Morse -..|-.-.|---|-..|.||--|---|.-.|...|.||
The morse message is divided into trigrams (groups 3 characters) and completed with . or - if required (for the last one)
Example: -.., |-., -.|, ..., ||. (A dot has been added)
Each trigram is then substituted with the following table (read in columns) to get the encoded message.
Example: -.. corresponds to J, |-. for V, -. for L, etc. The final encrypted message is JVLNVGZQODSGY
It is possible to mix the order of the letters of the alphabet to complicate the decryption.
The fractionated Morse decryption requires to know the table used for the encryption (possibly generated with a disordered alphabet or a key).
Each letter of the encrypted message is re-associated with the corresponding trigram.
Example: The message ONTGCI gives --|---|.-.|...|.||
The plain message is then obtained by deciphering this code in Morse (with | as the letter separator).
Example: The decoded plain message is MORSE.
The message is composed of letters and has a coincidence index a little lower than that of the language of the plain text.
During encryption, the first row of the table is the alphabet used, a deranged alphabet, or an alphabet generated from a key is also a possibility.