Covert Channel Forensics on the Internet: Issues, Approaches, and Experiences

@article{Patel2007CovertCF,
  title={Covert Channel Forensics on the Internet: Issues, Approaches, and Experiences},
  author={Ashish Patel and M. Shah and Rajarathnam Chandramouli and K. P. Subbalakshmi},
  journal={I. J. Network Security},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={41-50}
}
The exponential growth of the Internet (WWW in particular) has opened-up several avenues for covert channel communication. Steganographic communication is one such avenue. Hiding secret messages in digital data such as images using steganographic software tools is becoming easier. These digital images posted in public Web sites can then be downloaded at the receiver and the hidden messages may be extracted securely. To thwart covert channels on the Internet new types of search engines that can… CONTINUE READING
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