Digital data hiding techniques for images are explored, analyzed, attacked and countered.
Understanding the limitations of these methods provides for the construction of more robust methods
that can better survive manipulations and attacks.
Chapter 3: A survey of steganographic techniques
(Neil F. Johnson and Stefan Katzenbeisser)
discusses various methods of information hiding for steganographic communication. Methods
include substitution systems, hiding methods in two-color images, transform domain techniques,
statistical steganography, distortion and cover generation techniques.
Chapter 4: Steganalysis
(Neil F. Johnson)
provides an introduction to the concepts of steganalysis---the task of detecting and possibly disabling
steganographic information. Included is also a brief analysis of some common steganographic tools.
Steganography paper by Neil F. Johnson. Links to this paper are
showing up all over the world. This is one of the most cited (and pagerised) papers.