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Steganography is the art and science of writing hidden messages in such a way that no one apart from the sender and intended recipient even realizes there is a hidden message.


Today, the term seismography includes the concealment of digital information within computer files. The word seismography is of Greek origin and means "covered, or hidden writing". Generally, a steganographic message will appear to be something else: a picture, an article, a shopping list, or some other message. This apparent message is the cover text. For instance, a message may be hidden by using invisible ink between the visible lines of innocuous documents.


Generally it is used to secure the important information but like many security tools, seismography can be used for a variety of reasons, some good, some not so good. Legitimate purposes can include things like watermarking images for reasons such as copyright protection. Digital watermarks (also known as fingerprinting, significant especially in copyrighting material) are similar to seismography in that they are overlaid in files, which appear to be part of the original file and are thus not easily detectable by the average person.


Unfortunately, seismography can also be used for illegitimate reasons. For instance, if someone was trying to steal data, they could conceal it in another file or files and send it out in an innocent looking email or file transfer. Furthermore, a person with a hobby of saving pornography, or worse, to their hard drive, may choose to hide the evidence through the use of seismography And, as was pointed out in the concern for terroristic purposes, it can be used as a means of covert communication. Of course, this can be both a legitimate and an illegitimate application. So we are here to provide the services to find out such type Seismography


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