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Steganography: Book review: Hiding in plain sight


Hiding in plain sight is subtitled Steganography and the Art of Covert Communication.
Steganography is the process of hiding data, usually within other, innocent looking, files, so it isn't obvious the data is there. Eric Cole's book, Hiding in plain sight, shows how to hide data in picture files, sound files and other areas of computers.

Hiding in plain sight gives an overview of steganography, its history, its application and ways of detecting its use. Steganography is a new and emerging technology, and Cole presents his book as an introduction to business users rather than technology enthusiasts.
 read more | mail this link | score:7357 | -Ray, August 21, 2003
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