Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference

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Conference Proceeding

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Originally published in the Proceedings of the 15th Australian Information Warfare Conference, held on the 1-3 December, 2014 at Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus, Perth, Western Australia.

Abstract

Digital image steganography is a method for hiding secret messages within everyday Internet communication channels. Such covert communications provide protection for communications and exploit the opportunities available in digital media. Digital image steganography makes the nature and content of a message invisible to other users by taking ordinary internet artefacts and using them as cover objects for the messages. In this paper we demonstrate the capability with raster image files and discuss the challenges of detecting such covert communications. The contribution of the research is community awareness of covert communication capability in digital media and the motivation for including such checks in any investigatory analysis.

DOI

10.4225/75/57a84c3abefba

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