HIGH DATA EMBEDDING USING LSB AND PIXEL INTENSITY BASED METHODS

Rasmi A, Dr.Mohanapriya. M

Abstract


This paper proposes a high capacity data embedding based on the basic principles of least significant bit method and pixel intensity features of spatial domain steganography techniques. The designed methods will boost the embedding capacity as well as the safety of the embedded information without degrading the quality of the stego file. Data hiding can be implemented by embedding an electronic file into another electronic file for ensuring security through the existing transmission modes. Because of the wide spread use of an open network for transmitting the data from one person to an intended party ,intruders can easily recognize the presence of data, hence necessary measurements should be taken in order to avoid it. This paper describes the background and features of newly reworked LSB method and pixel intensity based method, so it will be more helpful for researchers to develop novel techniques for data hiding by combining factors like high payload and data security. Based on the experimental calculations, the proposed methods can conceal more amounts of data than the conventional steganographic methods and thus ensures more security.

Keywords


Steganography,Spatialdomain,Embeddingcapacity,Robustness,datahiding,stego,cover image, LSB,Pixelintensity,Gray scale image.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i7.4528

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