Global Security Watch > Terrorists, Steganography, and False Alarms
[InfoSec News Blog] Bruce Schneier blogs that the worries about terrorists hiding messages in things such as images, documents, and television broadcasts are false...
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[Schneier.com] Schneier on Security: And the whole notion of terrorists using steganography to embed secret messages was ludicrous from the beginning. It makes no sense to communicate with terrorist cells this way, given the wide variety of more efficient anonymous communications channels.
[Volubis.com] InfoSec News Blog: This reluctance has become especially important at a time when identity theft is growing rapidly and terrorists are increasingly using the Internet, Mueller said in a speech to the InfraGard national conference, where private companies share security tips and expertise with the FBI.