August 24, 2022
Professor Wendzel presented the consortium’s latest draft of the steganography taxonomy during a keynote speech at the CUING workshop (part of the ARES conference) in Vienna.
New Taxonomy Revision Made Available
July 15, 2022
A heavily revised version of the steganography hiding patterns taxonomy is now available as a pre-print. This work will also be presented at the CUING workshop at the ARES conference in August.
Taxonomy for Indirect Network-based Steganography
Tobias Schmidbauer presented a survey paper on indirect network covert channels which already uses the ARES’21-taxonomy (see news entry below) and adds new and specific patterns for indirect covert communications. The paper can be found here. Note: These patterns for indirect covert communications can be applied to the most recent version of the steganography hiding patterns, too.
August 18, 2021
June 13, 2021
Our new project website was initially launched and our new paper was made available!