A new paper got accepted and will appear in the Int. Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications, Vol. 63(4), probably at the end of the year.
Title: Network Information Hiding and Science 2.0: Can it be a Match?
by Steffen Wendzel, Luca Caviglione, Wojciech Mazurczyk, Jean-Francois Lalande
Science 2.0 aims at using the information sharing and collaborative features of the Internet to offer new features to the research community. Science 2.0 has been already applied to computer sciences, especially bioinformatics. For network information hiding, a field studying the possibility of concealing a communication in networks, the application of Science 2.0 is still a rather uncovered territory. To foster the discussion of potential benefits for network information hiding, we provide a disquisition for six different Science 2.0 aspects when applied to this domain.
Keywords—Network Steganography, Information Hiding, Steganography, Science 2.0, Open Science, Covert Channels