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Letter to a Death Row Inmate

Here’s Challenge 22 for February 8, 2018.

Death is a way out, but perhaps there is a better escape. I won’t say much about this concealment technique except that it has a celebrated (and perhaps apocryphal) origin story. 259 more words


Trying and Cracking Steganography

Once I read about how some spies were saving messages in pictures. Cool. So I thought I’d try it just for fun.

It was a lot different from invisible ink we played with as kids. 1,340 more words



I spent an hour this afternoon trying my hand at @psiloseba‘s latest puzzle. The solution was great but, unfortunately, I was just a little too late. 388 more words


Hiding Data on Linux


Steganography is the art or practice of concealing a message, image or file within another message, image or file. There are many techniques to perform… 421 more words

How To


Etymology stands as steganos meaning covered and graphy meaning written or draw. As it seems, steganography means covering something over some drawing. Hiding something (may be another media) inside a media is termed as steganography. 571 more words



Am I the only InfoSec guy who is thinking “When Anti-Steganography controls are the top of my risk profile I will be a happy guy”?

Steganography 101

Steganography is the practice of hiding secret messages in otherwise non-secret mediums. It has been used in various ways for years – writing Revolutionary War messages in invisible ink, as an example. 310 more words

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