Sonntag, 25. Januar 2015

Hidden and Uncontrolled - On the Emergence of Network Steganography

A new paper got accepted:

Steffen Wendzel, Wojciech Mazurczyk, Luca Caviglione, Michael Meier:
Hidden and Uncontrolled - On the Emergence of Network Steganography,
Information Security Solutions Europe (ISSE'14), in: Securing Electronic Business Processes, pp. 123-133, Brussels, Springer-Vieweg, 2014.

Abstract:
Network steganography is the art of hiding secret information within innocent network transmissions. Recent findings indicate that novel malware is increasingly using network steganography. Similarly, other malicious activities can profit from network steganography, such as data leakage or the exchange of pedophile data. This paper provides an introduction to network steganography and highlights its potential application for harmful purposes. We discuss the issues related to countering network steganography in practice and provide an outlook on further research directions and problems.

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