## Steganography FAQ/Mission Help

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### Re: Steganography FAQ/Mission Help

Actually I have a book on Cryptology that serves my needs for now. I was looking over some math notes from a textbook I have and a section in Linear Algebra briefs over some applied Cryptology in mathematics. I'll check the book you recommended.
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### Re: Steganography FAQ/Mission Help

RBG values are the pixel values of a picture...
I'm sure if you had googled that you would have found it.

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I don't know of any books which would really help you neophyte.

I'm sure you can surf around to find pretty much anything you want to know. I know hellboundhackers had a lot of beginner level stegano tutorials and challenges which you may find helpful.
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I just came across this site... http://www.securityfocus.com/infocus/1684
I haven't read it yet, but it looks like it has some good information on steaganography.
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### Re: Steganography FAQ/Mission Help

From what I understand Steganography is the art of hiding messages. The only mission i've done so far is mission 3 which is quite easy , all I had to do is Message edited by HTS Moderation Staff. Do not post how to solve a mission.
As for mission one I tried the same technique and well haven't found anything except what I beleive is morse code or something in that region and i'm having quite an hard time trying to decipher it , has anyone got hints or anything on it?
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### Re: Steganography FAQ/Mission Help

above is a spoiler.
And can anyone know of a site/book/article which gives several examples of how stego problems are solved (tried some googling). I cannot even understand how to solve stego 1(don't get the tips). I think I need spoiling a bit before I get it ;D.
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Stego 1 has me stumped... and I solved stego 8 with no problems. (I loved that one by the way.) But Im just missing something on this one. When they say " two null bytes", do they mean "00", "0000", or "/0/0"? And whats with all this talk of coordinates I hear?

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On Stego 8 there is an *obvious* password, but it is not working for me. Is this the one I am looking for, or is it just to throw you off.

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### Re: Steganography FAQ/Mission Help

NeoPhyte1, U should look at this http://www.infosyssec.com/infosyssec/St ... basics.htm. It tell about RBG The least insignificant bit. And what a digital image would look like in numbers. Very well written, It was Great Start for me!!
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### Re: Steganography FAQ/Mission Help

mutants_r_us_guild wrote:Stego 1 has me stumped... and I solved stego 8 with no problems. (I loved that one by the way.) But Im just missing something on this one. When they say " two null bytes", do they mean "00", "0000", or "/0/0"? And whats with all this talk of coordinates I hear?

i was looking up null bytes

in the url box at the end of the html i typed %01 %02 %03 %04 %05 and i end up with     

are thos null bytes????
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