Introduction

Module 1 - Modern Forensics

Module 2 - Investigative Process

Module 3 - Searching and Seizing

Module 4 – Digital Evidence

Module 5 – First Responder

Module 6 – Computer Forensics Labs

Module 7 – Hard Disks and File Systems

Module 8 – Windows Forensics

Module 9 – Data Acquisition

Module 10 – Recovering and Deleting Files

Module 11 – Access Data

Module 12 – Image Files

Module 13 – Steganography

Module 14 – Application Password Checkers

Module 15 –Log Capturing and Event Correlation

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Introduction to Steganography

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Introduction to Steganography

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Welcome to Module 13 of the Computer Hacking and Forensics course, Steganography. This Steganography module introduces you to digital media and hiding messages (“stegoed”) within a variety of different media or any object.

You’ll learn what a “principled based approach is, how messages are created to hide in an object and how Steganography differs from Cryptology for revealing what there vs. what’s been deliberately hidden.

You’ll also learn the difference applications of Steganography, for example for Authentication and how a stegoed message would work.

We’ll discuss various attack techniques, classification and what those categories entail tools for performing analysis on an algorithm, or digital watermark or whatever has been “stegoed” within a given object.

The hands on demonstrations you’ll engage as part of the Steganography module include the following labs:

  • HideMe in the Clipboard Lab
  • Mp3Stegz Lab
  • QuickStego Lab
  • Xnview Lab
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