Steganography and Conversion – Update 8

Left: the generated stego object. Note the added noise and slightly altered waveform.

Right: the original waveform.

This post continues where my last post left off; in it, I’ll discuss my original method of audio steganography! Because waveform audio data (i.e., WAV files) can be represented as bits and bytes (a total of eight bits, with possible values from 0 to 255), LSB (least significant bit) steganography can be used to conceal […]

Steganography and Conversion – Update 7


Over the past week and a half, I’ve been wrapping up the final portions of my project! I created two original methods of steganography, one visual, and the other auditory. First, an overview of the visual method. In a typical digital image, each pixel’s color is characterized by a red, a green, and a blue […]

Steganography and Conversion – Update 6

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Over the past week, I’ve been working on a new linguistic steganography method. As you may know, steganography is the practice of concealing data within apparently banal media. My previous method generated grammatical but meaningless and context-free sentences, in whose words the secret message was encoded. While this method was simple and more-or-less effective, I […]