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FENG.SE195134

Edge Based Image Steganography:
Problems and Solution

Taban Fouad Majeed
Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Koya University
http://koyauniversity.org



Abstract: Steganography means hiding secrete message in cover object in a way that no suspicious from the attackers, the most popular steganography schemes is image steganography. A very common questions that asked in the field are: 1- what is the embedding scheme used? , 2- where is (location) the secrete messages are embedded?, and 3- how the sender will tell the receiver about the locations of the secrete message?. Here in this paper we are deal with and aimed to answer questions number 2 and 3. We used the popular scheme in image steganography which is least significant bits for embedding in edges positions in color images. After we separate the color images into its components Red, Green, and Blue, then we used one of the components as an index to find the edges, while other one or two components used for embedding purpose. Using this technique we will guarantee the same number and positions of edges before and after embedding scheme, therefore we are guaranteed extracting the secrete message as it's without any loss of secrete messages bits. 
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Keywords: Steganography, Edge, LSB, Color image
 
Date: 29-4-2019
Place: Faculty of Engineering/ Nashmeil Hall
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Caroline Yousif Daniel,
May 2, 2019, 9:45 AM