Digital signature with a subliminal channel

@inproceedings{Harn2009DigitalSW,
  title={Digital signature with a subliminal channel},
  author={Lein Harn and Gaoxiang Gong},
  year={2009}
}
A subliminal channel is a covert communication chsnnel to send a message to an authorised receiver; this message cannot be discovered by any unauthorised receiver. There are some applications that can take advantage of this by hiding secr1:t messages in this subliminal channel. For example, a credit card provider can hide the card holder’s credit history and credit limit in a digital signature for an issued credit card. Simmons had found that El Gamal-type digital signature schemes can be… CONTINUE READING
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