The Greeks once partook in the art of steganographia, marking hidden messages on the scalps of their trusted servants. Then, they waited for their hair to grow back to conceal the message, allowing them to communicate securely with allies. Nowadays, steganography techniques, with the help of coding theory, have branched out to the digital realm. Hence, the steganography group investigates novel steganography applications in areas such as file systems, networks, audio, and more.
|Austen Barker, Yash Gupta, Sabrina Au, Eugene Chou, Ethan L. Miller, Darrell D. E. Long, "Artifice: Data in Disguise", Proceeding of the Conference on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies (MSST '20), October 2020.|
|Austen Barker, Staunton Sample, Yash Gupta, Ana McTaggart, Ethan L. Miller, Darrell D. E. Long, "Artifice: A Deniable Steganographic File System", Proceedings of the 9th USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet (FOCI '19), August 2019.|