Data Security and Authentication Using Steganography and STS Protocol

Steganography differs from cryptography in the sense that where cryptography focuses on keeping the contents of a message secret, steganography focuses on keeping the existence of a message secret. Steganography and cryptography are both ways to protect information from unwanted parties but neither technology alone is perfect and can be compromised. Once the presence of hidden information is revealed or even suspected, the purpose of steganography is partly defeated. The strength of steganography can thus be amplified by combining it with cryptography.

Provided by: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering Topic: Security Date Added: Jul 2012 Format: PDF

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