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Morse code is simply an encoding. Steganography means that the fact that a communication channel exists is hidden (hence, embedding in images, etc.)

The famous "blinking of messages" is steganography because the communication channel is hidden. The encoding used (i.e. morse code) is secondary.

Yes, the encoding method needs to be understood, but as soon as you realise that the message is using the Morse encoding, you can simply look up the decoding key and decode the message. Other encodings could be used.

There is another famous example when the US military used Navajo speakers to transmit sensitive data over the radio. While only another Navajo speaker could understand the communication (a relatively small set of people), it is very obvious that communication was occurring. This is also not steganography.

Morse code is simply an encoding. Steganography means that the fact that a communication channel exists is hidden (hence, embedding in images, etc.)

The famous "blinking of messages" is steganography because the communication channel is hidden. The encoding used (i.e. morse code) is secondary.

Yes, the encoding method needs to be understood, but as soon as you realise that the message is using the Morse encoding, you can simply look up the decoding key and decode the message. Other encodings could be used.

Morse code is simply an encoding. Steganography means that the fact that a communication channel exists is hidden (hence, embedding in images, etc.)

The famous "blinking of messages" is steganography because the communication channel is hidden. The encoding used (i.e. morse code) is secondary.

Yes, the encoding method needs to be understood, but as soon as you realise that the message is using the Morse encoding, you can simply look up the decoding key and decode the message. Other encodings could be used.

There is another famous example when the US military used Navajo speakers to transmit sensitive data over the radio. While only another Navajo speaker could understand the communication (a relatively small set of people), it is very obvious that communication was occurring. This is also not steganography.

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Morse code is simply an encoding. Steganography means that the fact that a communication channel exists is hidden (hence, embedding in images, etc.)

The famous "blinking of messages" is steganography because the communication channel is hidden. The encoding used (i.e. morse code) is secondary.

Yes, the encoding method needs to be understood, but as soon as you realise that the message is using the Morse encoding, you can simply look up the decoding key and decode the message. Other encodings could be used.