A first impression of steganalysis & python

Spurred on by the russian spies use of steganography, I decided to revisit the work I've done in my undergrad thesis regarding the effectiveness of current steganalysis methods. (For those of you who are scratching their heads about steganalysis and steganography, read a quick primer from one of my previous posts: https://dvas0004.wordpress.com/2010/06/27/steganalysis-in-modern-day-anti-malware-systems/) My thesis work … Continue reading A first impression of steganalysis & python

Steganalysis in modern day anti-malware systems

Steganalysis and steganography are exact opposites. Steganography in a nutshell is a way of hiding data in such a way that no external observer would be able to see it's there. Steganalysis is the exact opposite... trying to detect the presence of this hidden data. It's easier to understand steganography with an example. Consider the … Continue reading Steganalysis in modern day anti-malware systems