Adaptive Randomization in Image Steganography Pertaining to Most Significant Nibble

  title={Adaptive Randomization in Image Steganography Pertaining to Most Significant Nibble},
  author={Ravuru Rakesh and Shantan Devathi},
With innovations ruling the world, there has been a phenomenal growth of e-commerce leading to a lot of transactions taking place online in Internet. To safely transfer data, an existing technique called steganography is used. The goal of steganography is to insert a message into a carrier signal so that it can‘t be detected by unintended recipients. Images, video, and audio being the widespread carrier media steganalysis attempts to discover hidden messages in suspected covers are at the least… CONTINUE READING
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