e-Forensics steganography systems for secret information retrieval
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Steganography is the art and science of hiding information. This paper introduces e-Forensics as a novel technique for extracting secret information electronically creatively. We propose an e-Forensics system capable of detecting or extracting secret information using generic steganalytic algorithms. The system is based on an agent computing approach where the autonomic agent would traverse several websites and detect steganographic communication. If steganographic activity was detected it would report back to the concerned authority. A conceptual overview of the system, as well as its design layout is presented. An illustrative example clarifies system's functionality and performance.
Potdar, Vidysagar and Khan, M and Chang, Elizabeth and Ulieru, Mihaela and Worthington, Paul R. (2005) e-Forensics steganography systems for secret information retrieval, Advanced Engineering Informatics 19:235-241.
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