The Resource Information hiding in communication networks : fundamentals, mechanisms, applications, and countermeasures, Wojciech Mazurczyk...[et al.]

Information hiding in communication networks : fundamentals, mechanisms, applications, and countermeasures, Wojciech Mazurczyk...[et al.]

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Information hiding in communication networks : fundamentals, mechanisms, applications, and countermeasures
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Information hiding in communication networks
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fundamentals, mechanisms, applications, and countermeasures
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Wojciech Mazurczyk...[et al.]
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eng
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Describes Information Hiding in communication networks, and highlights their important issues, challenges, trends, and applications. This book provides the fundamental concepts, terminology, and classifications of information hiding in communication networks along with its historical background. Information Hiding In Communication Networks: Fundamentals, Mechanisms, Applications, and Countermeasures begins with introducing data concealment methods and their evolution. Chapter two discusses the existing terminology and describes the model for hidden communication and related communication scenarios. Chapters three to five present the main classes of information hiding in communication networks accompanied by a discussion of their robustness and undetectability. The book concludes with a discussion of potential countermeasures against information hiding techniques, which includes different types of mechanisms for the detection, limitation and prevention of covert communication channels. . Highlights development trends and potential future directions of Information Hiding. Introduces a new classification and taxonomy for modern data hiding techniques. Presents different types of network steganography mechanisms. Introduces several example applications of information hiding in communication networks including some recent covert communication techniques in popular Internet services This book is intended for academics, graduate students, professionals, and researchers working in the fields of network security, networking, and communications. Wojciech Mazurczyk is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Telecommunications, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University, Poland. He is also a senior member of IEEE. Steffen Wendzel is Head of Secure Building Automation at the Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing, and Ergonomics (FKIE) in Bonn, Germany. Sebastian Zander is a Lecturer at the School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University, Australia. Amir Houmansadr is an Assistant Professor within the College of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Krzysztof Szczypiorski is a Professor of Telecommunications at the Institute of Telecommunications, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology at Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
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QA76.9.A25
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  • dictionaries
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  • Mazurczyk, Wojciech
  • Wendzel, Steffen
  • Zander, Sebastian
  • Houmansadr, Amir
  • Szczypiorski, Krzysztof
  • IEEE Xplore
  • John Wiley & Sons
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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IEEE Press Series on Information and Communication Networks Security
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  • Data protection
  • Computer networks
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Information hiding in communication networks : fundamentals, mechanisms, applications, and countermeasures, Wojciech Mazurczyk...[et al.]
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ReferencesChapter 6: Network Flow Watermarking; 6.1 Principles, Definitions, and Properties; 6.2 Applications of Flow Watermarks; 6.3 Example Flow Watermarking Systems; 6.4 Watermarking Versus Fingerprinting; 6.5 Challenges of Flow Watermarking; Summary; References; Chapter 7: Examples of Information Hiding Methods for Popular Internet Services; 7.1 IP Telephony: Basics and Information Hiding Concepts; 7.2 Information Hiding in Popular P2P Services; 7.3 Information Hiding in Modern Mobile Devices1; 7.4 Information Hiding in New Network Protocols
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Contents
  • Series Page; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; List of Figures; List of Tables; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Acronyms; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Information Hiding Inspired by Nature; 1.2 Information Hiding Basics; 1.3 Information Hiding Throughout the History1; 1.4 Evolution of Modern Information Hiding; 1.5 Emerging Trends in Information Hiding3; 1.6 Applications of Information Hiding and Recent Use Cases; 1.7 Countermeasures for Information Hiding Techniques; 1.8 Potential Future Trends in Information Hiding; 1.9 Summary; 1.10 Organization of the Book; References
  • Chapter 2: Background Concepts, Definitions, and Classification2.1 Classification of Information Hiding in Communication Networks; 2.2 Evolution of Information Hiding Terminology; 2.3 Network Steganography: Definitions, Classification and Characteristic Features; 2.4 Traffic Type Obfuscation: Definitions, Classification and Characteristic Features; 2.5 Hidden Communication Model and Communication Scenarios; 2.6 Information Hiding Countermeasures Models; 2.7 Summary; References; Chapter 3: Network Steganography; 3.1 Hiding Information in Protocol Modifications
  • 3.2 Hiding Information in the Timing of Protocol Messages3.3 Hybrid Methods; 3.4 Summary; References; Chapter 4: Control Protocols for Reliable Network Steganography; 4.1 Steganographic Control Protocols; 4.2 Deep Hiding Techniques; 4.3 Control Protocol Engineering; 4.5 Techniques for Timing Methods; 4.6 Attacks on Control Protocols; 4.7 Open Research Challenges for Control Protocols; 4.8 Summary; References; Chapter 5: Traffic Type Obfuscation; 5.1 Preliminaries; 5.2 Classification Based on the Objective; 5.3 Classification Based on the Implementation Domain; 5.4 Countermeasures; 5.5 Summary
  • 7.5 Information Hiding Concepts for Wireless Networks7.6 Multiplayer Games and Virtual Worlds4; 7.7 Social Networks; 7.8 Internet of Things; 7.9 Summary; References; Chapter 8: Network Steganography Countermeasures; 8.1 Overview of Countermeasures; 8.2 Identification and Prevention During Protocol Design; 8.3 Elimination of Covert Channels; 8.4 Limiting the Channel Capacity; 8.5 General Detection Techniques and Metrics; 8.6 Detection Techniques for Covert Channels; 8.7 Future Work; 8.8 Summary; References; Chapter 9: Closing Remarks; Glossary; Index; End User License Agreement
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1 PDF (325 pages).
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9781119081715
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10.1002/9781119081715
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Information hiding in communication networks : fundamentals, mechanisms, applications, and countermeasures, Wojciech Mazurczyk...[et al.]
Publication
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Made available via IEEE Xplore Digital Library
Bibliography note
ReferencesChapter 6: Network Flow Watermarking; 6.1 Principles, Definitions, and Properties; 6.2 Applications of Flow Watermarks; 6.3 Example Flow Watermarking Systems; 6.4 Watermarking Versus Fingerprinting; 6.5 Challenges of Flow Watermarking; Summary; References; Chapter 7: Examples of Information Hiding Methods for Popular Internet Services; 7.1 IP Telephony: Basics and Information Hiding Concepts; 7.2 Information Hiding in Popular P2P Services; 7.3 Information Hiding in Modern Mobile Devices1; 7.4 Information Hiding in New Network Protocols
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online resource
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Series Page; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; List of Figures; List of Tables; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Acronyms; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Information Hiding Inspired by Nature; 1.2 Information Hiding Basics; 1.3 Information Hiding Throughout the History1; 1.4 Evolution of Modern Information Hiding; 1.5 Emerging Trends in Information Hiding3; 1.6 Applications of Information Hiding and Recent Use Cases; 1.7 Countermeasures for Information Hiding Techniques; 1.8 Potential Future Trends in Information Hiding; 1.9 Summary; 1.10 Organization of the Book; References
  • Chapter 2: Background Concepts, Definitions, and Classification2.1 Classification of Information Hiding in Communication Networks; 2.2 Evolution of Information Hiding Terminology; 2.3 Network Steganography: Definitions, Classification and Characteristic Features; 2.4 Traffic Type Obfuscation: Definitions, Classification and Characteristic Features; 2.5 Hidden Communication Model and Communication Scenarios; 2.6 Information Hiding Countermeasures Models; 2.7 Summary; References; Chapter 3: Network Steganography; 3.1 Hiding Information in Protocol Modifications
  • 3.2 Hiding Information in the Timing of Protocol Messages3.3 Hybrid Methods; 3.4 Summary; References; Chapter 4: Control Protocols for Reliable Network Steganography; 4.1 Steganographic Control Protocols; 4.2 Deep Hiding Techniques; 4.3 Control Protocol Engineering; 4.5 Techniques for Timing Methods; 4.6 Attacks on Control Protocols; 4.7 Open Research Challenges for Control Protocols; 4.8 Summary; References; Chapter 5: Traffic Type Obfuscation; 5.1 Preliminaries; 5.2 Classification Based on the Objective; 5.3 Classification Based on the Implementation Domain; 5.4 Countermeasures; 5.5 Summary
  • 7.5 Information Hiding Concepts for Wireless Networks7.6 Multiplayer Games and Virtual Worlds4; 7.7 Social Networks; 7.8 Internet of Things; 7.9 Summary; References; Chapter 8: Network Steganography Countermeasures; 8.1 Overview of Countermeasures; 8.2 Identification and Prevention During Protocol Design; 8.3 Elimination of Covert Channels; 8.4 Limiting the Channel Capacity; 8.5 General Detection Techniques and Metrics; 8.6 Detection Techniques for Covert Channels; 8.7 Future Work; 8.8 Summary; References; Chapter 9: Closing Remarks; Glossary; Index; End User License Agreement
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1 PDF (325 pages).
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online
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9781119081715
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electronic
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isbdmedia
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10.1002/9781119081715
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remote
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  • (CaBNVSL)mat07434879
  • (IDAMS)0b00006484fee221
  • (IEEE)7434879

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