Sharing multiple secrets in digital images

  title={Sharing multiple secrets in digital images},
  author={Chwei-Shyong Tsai and Chin-Chen Chang and Tung-Shou Chen},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
The share of multiple secrets among participants in secret transmission is a critical topic for a new digital image scheme. The new scheme is derived from the least significant bit substitution method and the visual cryptography method. Given some secrets and a set of cover images, the proposed scheme will convert the secrets into many bit planes and modify the cover images based on these bit planes. In our method, each participant has a unique modified cover image called a stego-image. A pair… CONTINUE READING
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