Steganography

Doi: https://doi.org/10.47659/m1.064.ess

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Steganography is a highly efficient method for concealing messages, for despite the rapid evolution of computer sciences and development of statistical analyses it is difficult to analyse every single selfie or digital image circulating the World Wide Web today.
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