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Practical Internet Steganography : Data Hiding in IP

@inproceedings{Kundur2003PracticalIS,
  title={Practical Internet Steganography : Data Hiding in IP},
  author={Deepa Kundur and Texas},
  year={2003}
}
This paper investigates practical techniques and uses of Internet steganography. Internet steganography is the exploitation of Internet elements and protocols for the purpose of covertly communicating supplementary data. Each scenario facilitates the interaction of fundamental steganographic principles with the existing network security environment to more generally bridge the areas of data hiding, network protocols and security. 

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