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Steganography of Complex Networks

  title={Steganography of Complex Networks},
  author={Daewon Lee},
  • Daewon Lee
  • Published 20 October 2021
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
Steganography is one of the information hiding techniques, which conceals secret messages in cover media. Digital image and audio are the most studied cover media for steganography. However, so far, there is no research on steganography to utilize complex networks as cover media. To investigate the possibility and feasibility of complex networks as cover media for steganography, we introduce steganography of complex networks through three algorithms: BIND, BYMOND, and BYNIS. BIND hides two bits… 

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