Peter Wayner

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Peter Wayner is a writer known for his books on technology and his writing in mainstream publications including The New York Times, InfoWorld,[1] and Wired magazine. His work on mimic functions, a camouflaging technique for encoding data so it takes on the statistical characteristics of other information, is an example of steganography.[2]

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  1. ^ Author Bio , InfoWorld, Nov. 22, 2010.
  2. ^ Signals in the Noise by Joab Jackson, Baltimore City Paper, June 26, 2002.