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A New Audio Steganography with Enhanced Security based on Location Selection Scheme
Volume 12, Number 5, September 2016 - Paper 5 - pp. 451-458
SHWETAVINAYAKARAO JADHAV and A. M. RAWATEDept. of Electronics & Telecommunication Engg. Chhatrapati Shahu College of Engineering, Aurangabad, INDIA
(Received on June 16, 2016, revised on August 19, 2016)
Today's huge interest of web applications obliges information to be transmitted in a protected way. Information transmission in broad daylight correspondence framework is not secure on account of capture attempt and uncalled for control by busybody. So the alluring answer for this issue is Steganography, which is the craftsmanship and exploration of composing shrouded messages in a manner that nobody, aside from the sender and plan beneficiary, associates the presence with the message, a type of security through lack of definition. Sound steganography is the plan of concealing the presence of mystery data by hiding it into another medium, for example, sound document. In this paper another plan for computerized sound steganography is displayed where the bits of a mystery message are installed into the coefficients of a spread sound. Every mystery bit is implanted into the chose position of a spread coefficient. The position for insertion of a mystery bit is chosen from the 0th (Least Significant Bit) to seventh LSB taking into account the upper three MSB (Most Significant Bit). Additionally to enhance the security, we had utilized GSM module at collector end. While extricating information at beneficiary end, you need to enter the key, which you had utilized for information concealing procedure. On the off chance that client given any wrong key then consequently we are sending message to approved client as (Someone is attempting to hack your information). This plan gives high sound quality, vigor and lossless recuperation from the spread Audio.
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