Steganography, mobile, Least Significant Bit (LSB).
Around the world, the internet (interconnection network) has developed into one of the most popular data communication media. With a variety of illegal information retrieval techniques that are developing, many people are trying to access information that is not their right. Various techniques to protect confidential information from unauthorized persons have been carried out to secure important data. Steganography is a science and art for writing hidden messages so that no other party knows the existence of the message. The three results of tests conducted by the LSB method can be used to hide messages into images. The first test was successful by writing a message that less than 31 characters stored in the picture, the second succeeded in writing a message equal to 31 characters stored in the picture, the third failed to write a message of more than 31 characters stored in the picture.
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