Last month’s arrest of 10 Russian operatives shined a spotlight on a little-known but burgeoning espionage technology known as steganography. But such ‘hidden in plain sight'(or is it ‘site?’) messages — like those contained in photos posted online — are just one of many ways covert messages are being sent and received. We explore the latest in cybercrime spy technology and the challenges it presents to law enforcement.

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  • Chet Hosmer Cofounder and Chief Scientist at WetStone Technologies, which researches cybercrime technology
  • Gary Kessler Principal of Gary Kessler Associates, a consultancy specializing in digital forensics and information security. He's also a member of the Vermont Internet Crimes Task Force.

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