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What other algorithm which can i use for hiding message in the noise of a picture?
Posted 2-Feb-12 10:30am
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Solution 1

The topic (as you probably know) is steganography. Wikipedia related page[^] (or Google) could be the starting point for searching such algorithms.
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SAKryukov 2-Feb-12 16:55pm
   
My 5.

The concept of "knowledge" has changed. It has been reduced to the knowing of right word; everything else is done with Wikipedia.

By the way, I hope nobody will take it seriously. This is just a rhetorical device. Right word here is "hyperbole"; everything else is done with Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperbole

:-)
--SA
CPallini 2-Feb-12 17:03pm
   
"By the way, I hope nobody will take it seriously. This is just a rhetorical device. Right word here is "hyperbole"; everything else is done with Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperbole"

That is an oxymoron. :-D
SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 0:28am
   
Right word. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxymoron
:-)
--SA
Manfred R. Bihy 3-Feb-12 7:23am
   
Doesn't look like anybody's voted yet! ;)
thatraja 4-Feb-12 2:52am
   
Right, 5!
Note : that 5 is from me
CPallini 4-Feb-12 8:49am
   
Thank you. :-)
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Solution 2

What other algorithm as compared to what? Could it be you are alluding to the famous article series of Corinna John of CP. She wrote an article such as you mentioned: Steganography - Hiding messages in the Noise of a Picture[^]

Regards,

Manfred

[EDIT]: Repasted the link: now seems to work
-E.G.-
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SAKryukov 3-Feb-12 0:30am
   
Manfred, something is wrong with this link, will you check up?
--SA
Manfred R. Bihy 3-Feb-12 7:18am
   
Emilio was so nice as to correct the link. There must have gone something awry when I posted this from my mobile device. :)
thatraja 4-Feb-12 2:50am
   
Right, 5!

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