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Juneja, M. and Singh, P. (2014) Improved LSB Based Steganography Techniques for Color Images in Spatial Domain. International Journal of Network Security, 16, 366-376.

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  • TITLE: Enhancing Mobile Cloud Computing Security Using Steganography

    AUTHORS: Hassan Reza, Madhuri Sonawane

    KEYWORDS: Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Software Security, Software Privacy, Data Hiding, Steganography, Encryption

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Information Security, Vol.7 No.4, July 19, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Cloud computing is an emerging and popular method of accessing shared and dynamically configurable resources via the computer network on demand. Cloud computing is excessively used by mobile applications to offload data over the network to the cloud. There are some security and privacy concerns using both mobile devices to offload data to the facilities provided by the cloud providers. One of the critical threats facing cloud users is the unauthorized access by the insiders (cloud administrators) or the justification of location where the cloud providers operating. Although, there exist variety of security mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access by unauthorized user by the cloud administration, but there is no security provision to prevent unauthorized access by the cloud administrators to the client data on the cloud computing. In this paper, we demonstrate how steganography, which is a secrecy method to hide information, can be used to enhance the security and privacy of data (images) maintained on the cloud by mobile applications. Our proposed model works with a key, which is embedded in the image along with the data, to provide an additional layer of security, namely, confidentiality of data. The practicality of the proposed method is represented via a simple case study.