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Computerphile vid about steganography Edit- The video covers jpeg steganography where data is meant to be hidden in an image by changing the least significant bit or values in the discrete cosine transform used to compress to jpeg. the idea is to have the image not be perceptibly altered and still contain as much information as possible. From the article you ...


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Bluetooth LE isn't a protocol per se. iBeacon, altBeacon, and Eddystone are examples of Bluetooth LE protocols which do not inherently have a security mechanism. For example, an attacker knowing that a particular beacon has a given set of IDs (which are broadcast indiscriminately over the air on a known frequency) can use these same IDs to "spoof" the ...


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It's nothing to worry about, there's no reason to believe that you're compromised from just what you've stated. Addresses are assigned by the chip manufacturer (and, the bluetooth and wifi are likely on the same chip), it's most likely just easier for the manufacturer to increment by 1 for each one. The bluetooth/wifi addresses are also expected to be ...



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