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    Noiseless Steganography The Key to Covert Communications

    ISBN-10: 1439846219
    ISBN-13: 9781439846216
    Author(s): Abdelrahman Desoky
    Description: This book introduces a novel Noiseless Steganography Paradigm (Nostega) that neither hides data in a noise nor produces noise; instead, it camouflages messages in a form of unquestionable data in the generated cover. The text presents several  More...
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    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 300
    Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
    Weight: 1.210
    Language: English

    This book introduces a novel Noiseless Steganography Paradigm (Nostega) that neither hides data in a noise nor produces noise; instead, it camouflages messages in a form of unquestionable data in the generated cover. The text presents several methodologies. The first is a novel cover type, while the second pursues popular games such as chess to conceal messages. The third methodology pursues the linguistics path to generate text-cover. The final methodology is also a linguistic steganography type that conceals messages by manipulating automatic summarization techniques to conceal data in textual summaries. The author discusses implementation and steganalysis validation of these methodologies.

    Abdelrahman Desoky currently works as an Independent Consultant.

    Foreword
    Acknowledgments
    About the Author
    Introduction
    Steganography: Definition, Current State, and Concerns
    Noiseless Steganography (Nostega) Paradigm
    The Architecture of Nostega
    Advantages of Nostega
    Summary of the Contributions
    Book Outline
    Related Work
    Textual Steganography
    Textual Format Manipulation (TFM)
    Series of Characters and Words
    Statistical Based
    Synonym Based
    Noise Based
    Non-Textual Steganography
    Graphstega: Graph Steganography Methodology
    Graphstega Methodology
    Message Encoding
    Graph Cover
    Other Steganographic Cover Types
    Graph in Image Cover
    Presenting the Graph's Data in Text Cover
    Presenting the Graph's Data in Audio Cover
    Communications Protocol
    Conclusion
    Chestega: Chess Steganography Methodology
    Chestega Methodology
    Chestega Overview
    Determining Encoding Parameters
    Defining Message Encoder
    Message Camouflaging Scheme
    Chestega Configuration
    Chestega Implementation
    Chessboard-based Example
    Non-game Example
    Conclusion
    Edustega: Education-Centric Steganography Methodology
    Edustega Methodology
    Edustega Overview
    Establishing Covert Channel
    Message Encoding
    Message Camouflaging
    Edustega Implementation
    Edustega System
    Edustega Examples
    Bitrate
    Conclusion
    Sumstega: Summarization-Based Steganography Methodology
    Automatic Summarization Overview
    Sumstega Carriers
    Extraction
    Abstraction
    Multi-document
    Cross-lingual
    Sumstega Methodology
    Sumstega Overview
    Sumstega Architecture
    Sumstega Encoder
    Sumstega Camouflager
    Implementation Example
    Sample of Sumstega Cover
    Sumstega Communications Protocol
    Bitrate
    Conclusion
    Matlist: Mature Linguistic Steganography Methodology
    Introduction
    Natural Language Generation and Template
    Matlist Versus Previous Work
    Matlist Methodology
    Matlist Architecture Overview
    DSS Determination
    DSS Specifications
    Building Matlist Encoder
    Building Matlist NLG or Template System
    Implementing Matlist Communications Protocol
    Matlist Implementation
    DSS of Consumer Price Index
    First Implementation Example of CPI
    Second Implementation Example of CPI
    Text Substitution
    Third Implementation Example of CPI
    Other DSS
    DSS of Elementary Math
    DSS of Selling Books
    DSS of Chemistry
    DSS of Discrete Math
    Matlist Bitrate
    Conclusion
    Normals: Normal Linguistic Steganography Methodology
    Normals Methodology
    Normals Overview
    Normals NLGS
    Normals Encoder
    NLGS Inputs
    Normals Communications Protocol
    Normals Implementation
    Determining Normals NLGS
    Determining Normals Encoder
    Normals Cover
    Determining Normals Communications Protocol
    Performance
    Conclusion
    Headstega: Steganography Methodology
    Headstega Methodology
    Headstega Overview
    Message Encoding
    Message Camouflager
    Headstega Implementation
    Headstega Configuration
    Headstega Example
    Sample Head Cover
    Bitrate
    Conclusion
    Jokestega: Automatic Joke Generation-Based Steganography Methodology
    Automatic Joke Generation Systems
    Jokestega Methodology
    Automatic Jokes Generator System
    Message Encoder
    Camouflager
    Establishing Covert Channel
    Jokestega Implementation
    Jokestega System
    Joke Cover Example
    Jokestega Performance
    Conclusion
    Listega: Steganography Methodology
    Listega Methodology
    Listega Architecture
    Domain Determination
    Message Encoding
    Message Camouflager
    Communications Protocol
    Listega Implementation
    Listega Configuration
    Listega Examples
    Conclusion
    Notestega: Steganography Methodology
    Automatic Note Taking
    Notestega Methodology
    Notestega Architecture
    Topic(s) Determination
    Message Encoding
    Message Camouflager
    Notestega Implementation
    Notestega Configuration
    Samples of Note Cover
    Conclusion
    Steganalysis Validation
    Traffic Attack
    Contrast and Comparison Attacks
    Linguistics Attacks
    Statistical Signature
    Zipfian Signature
    Letter Frequency Distribution
    Kullback-Leibler Divergence
    Conclusion
    Conclusion and Future Work
    Contributions
    Bitrate
    Final Conclusion and Future Work
    Bibliography
    Index

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