Steganography: Combatting Threats Hiding in Plain Sight

February 21, 2018

Wikipedia defines steganography as “the practice of concealing a file, message, image, or video within another file, message, image, or video.” At this point, security professionals will immediately recognize the potential for steganography to act as vehicle for surreptitiously delivering malicious code into systems targeted for cybersecurity exploit, and subsequently exfiltrating purloined data from compromised devices. Given the ingenuity of the adversary community, it will be no surprise that the frequency of steganographically-based attacks has increased over the last couple of years.

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