Steganography and steganalysis in voice-over IP scenarios: operational aspects and first experiences with a new steganalysis tool set

  title={Steganography and steganalysis in voice-over IP scenarios: operational aspects and first experiences with a new steganalysis tool set},
  author={Jana Dittmann and Danny Hesse and Reyk Hillert},
  booktitle={IS\&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging},
Based on the knowledge and experiences from existing image steganalysis techniques, the overall objective of the paper is to evaluate existing audio steganography with a special focus on attacks in ad-hoc end-to-end media communications on the example of Voice over IP (VoIP) scenarios. One aspect is to understand operational requirements of recent steganographic techniques for VoIP applications. The other aspect is to elaborate possible steganalysis approaches applied to speech data. In… 

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