Difference between pages "Steganography" and "OpenBSD"

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'''Steganography''' is a science that pertains to the art of concealing data in a communication in such a way that only the sender and receiver know of its existance and method of access. The platform used for transmission can be anything from a paper document to a digital file. Additionally, it is more common than not to [[encrypt]] the hidden data whenever possible such as with digital files or images. The detection of steganographically encoded packages is called '''[[steganalysis]]'''.
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'''OpenBSD''' A very secure form of UNIX, so much so they can make the claim of “Only one remote hole in the default install, in more than 8 years!” This claim is something very few operations systems can testify to.
  
==External links==
 
  
===Steganalysis===
 
* [http://www.sarc-wv.com Steganography Analysis and Research Center] The Steganography Analysis and Research Center is a Center of Excellence within Backbone Security focused exclusively on steganography research and development of steganalysis products and services.
 
  
===Algorithms and Tools===
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* [http://www.openbsd.org Official Site]
* [http://www.stegoarchive.com StegoArchive.com] An excellent resource for freeware/shareware steganography application downloads.
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--[[User:Shawn1024|Shawn1024]] 01:49, 17 May 2006 (EDT)
 
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* [[Digital Invisible Ink Toolkit]] is a Java steanography tool that hides any file in a JPEG. http://diit.sourceforge.net/
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* [[Hide In Picture]] is an open source stegnographic tool. http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=42816&package_id=34960&release_id=67439
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* [[M5]], by Andreas Westfeld, is both a steganographic tool and algorithm. It hides information in JPEGs. An attack was developed by Jessica Fridrich, Miroslav Goljan, and Dorin Hogea. Information can be found at http://wwwrn.inf.tu-dresden.de/~westfeld/f5.html .
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* [[Publimark]] hides text in audio files. http://perso.orange.fr/gleguelv/soft/publimark/index.html
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Revision as of 00:49, 17 May 2006

OpenBSD A very secure form of UNIX, so much so they can make the claim of “Only one remote hole in the default install, in more than 8 years!” This claim is something very few operations systems can testify to.


--Shawn1024 01:49, 17 May 2006 (EDT)