AirTalk for July 23, 2001


Hidden messages within a message-it's a practice that dates back to ancient Greece and was used in early World War II hiding sensitive information in seemingly innocuous communication. With the Internet, steganography has advanced light years. Larry Mantle speaks with the Associate Director from the Center for Secure Information Systems at George Mason University, Dr. Neil Johnson, and FBI Special Agent Ken Maguire about messages hidden in digitized pictures and audio files, their applications, and more.

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