integrating GPG with deniable steganography
fw at deneb.enyo.de
Wed Mar 21 10:06:04 CET 2001
Stefan Fendt <stefan at lionfish.ping.de> writes:
> *IF* they find the message in the noise they can just do nothing
> with it.
That's wrong. They can try to force you to reveal the plaintext, and
you have to go to jail either way, at least in some countries.
> just a few more words to the stegano-algo I used...
> In a first step it takes the signal and analyses the noise within. In
> a second step it adopts the message to meet exactly this noise
> conditions which were in that file. The resulting signal is as smooth
> as the "original" was.
This way, you can only defeat an attacker whose noise model is worse
than yours. That's not a big deal, and it's *not* secure.
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