Hidden channels

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Hidden channels (covert channels) are communication channels that transmit information without the authorization or knowledge of the channel's designer, owner, or operator.

Common Uses

  • Bypassing network filters;
  • Bypassing network sniffers.


Information can be hidden within:

  • IP ID;
  • TCP SEQ/ACK numbers;
  • TCP options;
  • etc.

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