Tapestry encrypted message

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Proysen
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Tapestry encrypted message

Postby Proysen » Mon May 11, 2015 9:02 pm UTC

I was bored and decided to give encryption a try, and came up with this:
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Each column represents an ascii braille number which can be put together to form a morse code. When the morse code is translated it gives a stacked polybius square code that can be further translated. The original message has been encrypted a total of 9 times and can be decoded using a simple program I wrote.

Quixote
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Joined: Wed May 06, 2015 9:14 pm UTC

Re: Tapestry encrypted message

Postby Quixote » Wed May 13, 2015 9:25 pm UTC

It makes an attractive neoplasticism.

The more complex an encryption is, the more cipher text you usually need to crack it.
With only 69 columns in the image, do you believe it is possible to crack your complex code?

Quixote
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Re: Tapestry encrypted message

Postby Quixote » Wed May 13, 2015 10:24 pm UTC

I transliterated each pattern of colors in each column into a letter. Making nothing, but it may save some time:
Spoiler:
JEWHISEXBOMITETOCOLLIVECODISTERIMEACHINDUNDUSTRYCOVEHINYCOLELIVEHISEJ


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