In situations involving Morse code, it is possible to convert it to binary and then add or subtract a keyword covert back and voila! You’ve done a Morse code cipher.

In the spirit of never letting go, I tried it out on the Kryptos Morse Code.

Here is my failure.

Morse code is out. I’m basically proving to myself through pigheaded stubbornness that multi-algorithm cipher/plaintext relationships are unique situations and that it is more likely to be a one-to-one relationship of encrypting algorithm to plaintext, no matter how complex the encryption is.

I will now abandon keyword retrieval and return to attempts to solve K4.

Kryptos Fan

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