steganography

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Steganographic techniques overcome this disadvantage.
Output: steganographic image in BMP format containing message
Online Security's Online Labs division is designing free software, expected to be released by this printing, that will scan and search for Web sites that have been altered by steganographic means.
And for those who question the wisdom of discussing the nature and availability of crypto and steganographic devices in these sensitive times, we need only look to recent events to see the fatal flaw in that old saw, "What you don't know won't hurt you.
A palette-based image steganographic method using colour quantization.
Individual papers examine such topics as the impact of outsourcing on data security, international copyright and piracy, securing cloud environments, malware detection and analysis, tamper-proof software and advanced cryptography and steganographic images.
A novel steganographic scheme based on data decomposition and stego-coding mechanisms is proposed.
Patent Number 6,768,980 entitled "Method of and Apparatus for High-Bandwidth Steganographic Embedding of Data in a Series of Digital Signals or Measurements Such as Taken from Analog Data Streams or Subsampled and/or Transformed Digital Data.
A steady stream of steganographic software has been rolling onto freeware and shareware shelves on the Internet, creating increasing concern among law enforcement agencies that it will be used to further criminal enterprises.
Encryption keys provide a unique steganographic user ID that is stamped onto the video at each point in the chain.
By providing the first hardware-based product with enough processing capability to detect steganographic messages sent over high-speed networks, enterprises now have the ability to stop the most insidious forms of industrial espionage and government agencies now have a commercial product capable of uncovering secret methods of communications used by terrorist organizations.
In addition, such steganographic information can seamlessly "dock" with digital rights management systems so that electronic content and other digital information can be protected and managed, even as the content is modified, decrypted, converted from digital to analog format and back again, and transformed from rendering format to rendering format.
By providing the first hardware-based product with enough processing capability to detect steganographic messages sent over high-speed networks, enterprises have the ability to stop the most insidious form of industrial espionage and government agencies have a commercial product capable of uncovering secret methods of communications used by terrorist organizations.
As the recipient of the fellowship, Lewis will receive a $10,000 stipend for conducting a research project this summer entitled "A Provably Secure Steganographic Text Editor.