Hash Based Least Significant Bit Technique for Video Steganography(HLSB)
Video Steganography deals with hiding secret data or information within a video. In this paper, a hash based Least Significant Bit (LSB) technique has been proposed. A spatial domain technique where the secret information is embedded in the LSB of the cover frames. Eight bits of the secret information is divided into 3,3,2 and embedded into the RGB pixel values of the cover frames respectively. A hash function is used to select the position of insertion in LSB bits. The proposed method is analyzed in terms of both Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) compared to the original cover video as well as the Mean Square Error (MSE) measured between the original and steganographic files averaged over all video frames.
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