Tag: steganography

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For a while, I had been toying with creating a messaging platform that utilized steganography to help obfuscate (read: security through obscurity–yeah, yeah, I know…) the messages being sent. Steganography has been used in various forms for thousands of years. Recently though, digital steganography has become more and more prevalent. Everything from malware to corporate…
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hidden music in The Last Supper

Musical Steganography in “The Last Supper” Painting

When I first read about Pala’s theory on music hidden in the Leonardo da Vinci painting, “The Last Supper”, the hands and bread rolls were only mentioned. This struck me as odd, especially when Pala’s reasoning for choosing the bread and hands were revealed. Let’s take a step back real quick and talk about what…
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