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|Supported operating systems||Linux|
StegFS is a free file system for Linux. It is licensed under the GPL. It was principally developed by Andrew D. McDonald and Markus G. Kuhn. It is a steganographic file system based on the ext2 filesystem.
The last version of StegFS is 1.1.4, released February 14, 2001. This is a development release, with known bugs, such as a file corruption bug. There is no stable release. The last website activity was in 2004. In 2003, Andreas C. Petter and Sebastian Urbach intended to continue development of StegFS, and created a site for it on SourceForge.net. The development has further moved to using FUSE library, and working releases are available from the development homepage.
- Anderson, Ross; Needham, Roger; Shamir, Adi (1998). "The Steganographic File System". Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1525: 73–82. doi:10.1007/3-540-49380-8_6. ISBN 978-3-540-65386-8.
- McDonald, Andrew D.; Kuhn, Markus G. (2000). "StegFS: A Steganographic File System for Linux". Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1768: 463–477. doi:10.1007/10719724_32. ISBN 978-3-540-67182-4.
- StegFS original home page
- StegFS development home page
- StegFS research paper -(PDF file)
- StegFS sourceforge project page
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