Authors: Chet Hosmer and Christopher Hyde
DFRWS USA 2003
Steganography is a word originating with the Greeks meaning ‘covered writing’. Its use can be traced back at least 2,500 years, when Demaratus smuggled a secret message under the cover of wax in order to warn Sparta of an impending attack on Greece. Other examples used throughout history include invisible ink, nullciphers, and microdots.
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