TO1SITTLER at APSICC.APS.EDU
Thu May 27 20:38:36 PDT 1993
I headed to the library to check out what they had, crypto-wise. I found one
book copyright 1939, which had a chapter on methods of steganography.
Some of the suggestions I got from it:
-Use every third letter of each word.
-Use every nth letter of each word, where n varies depending on a key.
-use every nth word of a sentence.
-encode in base-3 before steganizing.
-use the number of syllables in a word.
-use the number of words in a sentence.
-use different fonts.
(within the same word.)
-use broken and whole pickets in a fence.
-use empty and full positions in a cartridge-belt, as in machine gun.
-use invisible ink instead, it's easier. :-)
Maybe these will help those more able to program than myself.
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