Michael Sthultz

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The phenomenon of hiding digital data is as old as the computer systems they reside on. Various incarnations of data hiding have found their way into modern computing experience from the storage of data on out-of-standard tracks on floppy disks that were beyond the reach of the operating system, to storage information in non-data fields of network packets.(More)
The popularity of wireless networking is a function of convenience. It addresses one of the most important goals in advanced computing technology: mobility. When viewed conceptually, wireless technology can be seen as having a contemporaneous, parallel evolutionary path with remote login, distributed, and nomadic computing in the area of computing and car(More)
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