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Detect steganography

Detect steganography: Ethical Hacking: System Hacking
Detect steganography: Ethical Hacking: System Hacking

Steganography is hiding in plain sight, and can be used for corporate espionage, or terrorism. Lisa Bock explains steganography can be detected by spotting an unusually large payload, or observing image irregularities called “blocky artifacts” with the naked eye, or using specialized tools for analysis.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 18m
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