Steganography Information
Linguistic Steganography
Linguistic steganography is any form of steganography where the carrier media is text. The modification can be done in very different ways: The modification can be done graphically, by changing the structure of the text or even by creating a new text only for the purpose to hide data (mostly other text) in it.

Methods of linguistic steganography:

Open Codes
The secret message appears in an openly readable but harmless message. This can be done by masking, cues, null-ciphers or grilles.

Semagrams
The secret message is hidden in tiny (but visible) details of the open text.


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