Steganography-cryptography, Computer Network Security

Steganography

It is a process of hiding information in use for a long time. Most popular modern version of this process hides information within files appearing to contain digital pictures or other images. Some of the applications hide messages in .bmp, .wav, .mp3, and .au files, as well as in space which is unused on CDs and DVDs.

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