steganographer

steganographer

(ˌstɛɡəˈnɒɡrəfə) or

steganographist

n
an expert in steganography
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Modern steganalysis can be incredibly sensitive and accurate [1][2], but only in the condition that the steganalyst has access to embedding algorithm, payload size and the cover source used by the steganographer.
Pevny, "Identifying a steganographer in realistic and heterogeneous data sets," in Proc.
The Steganographer is the Outlier : Realistic Large-Scale Steganalysis', IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION FORENSICS AND SECURITY, 9(9).
Good software aren't that easy to come across, but with DeepSound and OpenPuff, you're well on your way to being a good steganographer.
In what type of writing would a steganographer specialise?
If the hider's intended message does not have these properties, a wise steganographer would use an entropy coder to reduce the size of the message; the compressed version of the message should fulfill the assumptions.
Thus it is a key point for steganographer to obtain algorithms with high performance, and the high embedding efficiency is needed.
Steganographers have complete control over the clientside library, which of course is necessary so that object-oriented languages can be made signed, trainable, and cacheable.
With the arrival of computers and the translation of information into digital forms, steganographers have found new tucked-away corners, planes, and wavelengths to hide messages in faxes, computer files, pictures, and even sound files.