Information hiding and copyrights

Araujo, Istteffanny Isloure (2024) Information hiding and copyrights. In: Steganography: the art of hiding information. Interopen, London (UK), pp. 1-21. ISBN 9780854669011


This chapter explores the use of steganography on digital files and produces an enhanced technique that addresses the major vulnerabilities that make algorithms less reliable in securing data. Through a review of historical techniques in the field, the study identifies weaknesses in the algorithms to improve security and increase capacity using different techniques. One of the approaches proposed in this study involves a distributed method, which is simple, clear, low-cost, and agile. The study also analyses data manipulation and embedding processes in different files and for different purposes, such as vulnerabilities or placeholders exploited by criminals distributing viruses over the internet using Steganography. The results of the study can help forensic analysts identify secret content and raise awareness about protecting against eavesdropping data on devices. The study proposes a new scheme to improve Steganography called DSoBMP, together with guideline materials that have been published in four international peer-reviewed journals, including Springer and used as a stepping stone to collaborate in a worldwide book publication.

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