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Design a Framework for Cybersecurity Using Steganography

Pinky Ramchandra Shinde, Dhanraj Verma

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Abstract

Nowadays with the rapid increase in transmitting data’s through computers, securing these transmitted data is mandatory. The most common and desired technique used to secure these data is Cryptography. Cryptography consists of two steps, namely Encryption and Decryption. But they are not much safe compared to steganography. This study aims to design a framework for cyber security using steganography to increase the security level of data to be transmitted, using steganography to study and propose a new steganography method through gray images based on algorithm and classical Least Significant Bits (LSB) technique, and to improve the learning of features with multi-level deep learning models for steganalysis. The authors initially need to pertain a multi-level deep learning model using training images composed of stegos with a high payload and the corresponding covers, and then transfer the learned feature illustrations to regularize the multi-level deep learning models for an improved performance in detecting stegos with a lower payload.

Keywords: Cryptography, Steganography, Authentication, Security Techniques, Deep Learning

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Pinky Ramchandra Shinde, Dhanraj Verma. Design a Framework for Cybersecurity Using Steganography. Journal of Multimedia Technology & Recent Advancements. 2018; 6(1): 1–6p.



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