New Technique of Steganography Based on the Theory of Chaos: A Survey
Keywords:Hybrid system; Compression; cryptography; steganography; Huffman; chaos; LSB
Today with increasing use of the Internet and net- work devices, there is an increase in the demand for more secure data communication. This problem has led to the development of hybrid security mechanisms. Various techniques are available in the literature which makes use of different encryption and steganography mechanisms which has certain advantages and disadvantages. In this work, we give a state of the art on the three notions in order to propose a new hybrid security system that tries to choose the best mechanism of cryptography and steganography. In addition, to increase the capacity of the proposed system it is proposed to use a compression technique.
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