Report Lab #5 Data Hiding and Steganography
Completed by Team 3 Ron Stellabotte [email protected],
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Steganography has been used for years to hide information in within digital file. One of the more difficult
Term Project Guideline
The intent of this project is for your project group to conduct independent investigation and demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of a specific area related to Computer and Cyber Forensics (or digital fore
Appearances and Attitudes
1. jejune: barren; flat; dull. The Latin word jejunus means empty
2. libidinous: characterized by lust; lewd; lascivious. In psychoanalytic theory, the libido
is the driving force behind all human action
Which is the fastest tempo andante, allegretto, or adagio?
Is fortissimo a title given to a high-ranking officer?
Does libretto refer to the words or the music?
Which requires more than one note, a crescendo or an arpeggio?
1. avant-garde: the leaders of a movement; vanguard. Avante-garde people are generally
regarded as some reformers, people with new ideas who are somewhat ahead of their
2. bete noire: someone or something that is feared or di
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Essay 1 Topic 1 Why go to university?
In every societ
Crossword Puzzle Words
1. acrid: bitter; sharp; irritating to taste or smell
2. addle: to muddle; confuse. This word is often used in compounds of such as
3. ado: fuss; trouble; bother
4. alms: money, food, or clothing given to poor
1. aberrant: deviating from what is normal or typical. It comes from the Latin
aberrare (to go astray)
2. anthropomorphism: attributing human shape to gods, objects, animals. The
Greek anthropo is a combining form that means man o
1. argot: the specialized vocabulary and idioms of those in the same work or way of life,
especially of the underworld. The French origin, meaning to beg associated beggary
2. aspersion: act of defaming; a damaging or dispa
Words About Groups
1. cabal a clique; a small group joined in a secret intrigue; a conspiracy. This French
word was formed from the initials of Charles IIs ministers (Clifford, Arlington,
Buckingham, Ashley, Lauderdale); cabal ultimately derives
Appearances and Attitudes
1. ambivalent: having conflicting feelings toward a person or thing, such as love and
2. bucolic: rural; rustic; pastoral. The Greek word boukolikos means herdsman
3. crotchety: full of peculiar whims; ill-temper
1. abnegation: giving up of rights; self-denial.
2. abscond: to run away and hide in order to escape the law.
3. affidavit: a written statement made on oath, usually before a notary public. In
Medieval Latin, the verb affidare mea
1. amicus curiae: a friend of the court; a lawyer or layman who advises the court on a
2. arson: the crime of setting fire to property in order to collect insurance
3. barrister: lawyer in England. A barrister practic
Appearances and Attitudes (II)
1. circumspect: careful; cautious; prudent. The original meaning of this word was to
look about. A person who looks about is cautious-hence, circumspect.
2. demure: modest; shy. It comes from a Latin word that mean
Of Loves and Fears and Hates
1. acrophobia: abnormally intense fear of being in high places.
2. bibliophile: one who loves books; a book collector. The opposite is a biblioclast.
3. claustrophobia: an abnormal dread of being in closed or narrow
1. anachronism: anything that is out of place in time. It is formed by the combination
of the Greek roots ana (against) and chronos (time)
2. anon: soon; shortly. Used as an abbreviation, anon. means anonymous
3. antebellum: before the war; espec
1. a cappella: without instrumental accompaniment. Usually used to describe choral
singing. In Italian, the meaning is in the chapel style
2. ad hoc: for this case only; temporary. The most frequent use of this Latin term is to
Words with Tales attached
1. accolade: praise or approval; an embrace of greeting or salutation. When French
generals kiss the cheeks of the man being honored, they are continuing a custom of the
early French kings who placed their arms around t
Appearances and Attitudes
1. pedantic: stressing trivial points of learning; lacking a sense of proportion in
scholarship. A pedant is a narrow-minded teacher who insists on rigid adherence to a set
of arbitrary rules.
2. pertinacious: stubborn;
1. coiffure : a style of hair arrangement
2. demarche : a line of action ; change of policy. Demarche comes from the French
marcher ( to walk )
3. denouement: the final outcome of the intricacies of a plot. The French meaning is the
As people rely more and more on technology to solve problems, the ability of humans to think for themselves will surely de
To understand the most important characteristics of a society, one must study its major cities.
Fun and Frolic
1. antic: odd and funny; ludicrous; a playful or silly act, trick, prank or caper.
Shakespeare has Hamlet hide his real intent by assuming an antic disposition.
2. beguile: to charm; to divert attention in some pleasant way; to wh
1)Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? One should
never judge a person by external appearances. Use specific reasons
and details to support your answer.
2) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? A person should
The drawbacks to the use of nuclear power mean that it is not a long-term solution to the
problem of meeting our ever-increasing energy needs.
I like to use the mnemonic RIP ACID JOE, which is applicable to any essay
History and Government
1. canon: an ecclesiastical or secular law or code of laws; a basis for judgment; any
officially recognized set of books. Canon has many specialized meaning in religion and
in literature referring to the authoritative list
1. antaean: possessed of superhuman strength with suggestions of earthiness. Antaeus
was an African giant, the son of Poseidon and Gaea, who was invincible while touching
the ground, but was lifted into the air by Hercules and crushed.
Size and Shape
1. amorphous: without definite form; shapeless
2. gargantuan: huge; gigantic; prodigious. The word comes from Rabelais sixteenthcentury political satire, Gargantua and Pantagruel
3. iota: very small quantity; a jot. iota is the ni
From Sunny Spain
1. aficionado: a fan; devotee. Although this word originally described bull-fighting
fans, it is now used to refer to devotees of all sports.
2. barrio: part of the city where Spanish-speaking people live; ghetto.
3. bonanza: ric
GRE Analytical Writing ISSUE Essay Topic - 101
"Students should memorize facts only after they have studied the ideas, trends, and concepts that
help explain those facts. Students who have learned only facts have learned very little."
GRE AWA Analytical W
ANALYZE AN ISSUE TASK
Issue Task: Present your views on an issue
Time: 30 minutes
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Students will be given a brief quotation that states or implies an issue of general interest and specific
GRE Analytical Writing ISSUE Essay Topic - 201
"Technology is a necessary but not always a positive force in modern life."
GRE AWA Analytical Writing ISSUE Essay Sample
Solution - 201
Technology has been a boon to mankind and it is a blessing in disguise.
History and Government
1. anarchy: the complete absence of government; political disorder and violence;
disorder in any sphere of activity. The anarchist opposes all direct or coercive
government and proposes the voluntary association of people
Philosophy and Logic
1. aphorism: a brief statement of principle; a tersely phrased statement of a truth or
2. dogma: a system of principles or tenets as of a church; prescribed doctrine; an
established opinion or belief. Dogmas, derived
1. atonement-amends for wrong-doing; expiation. The theological use of this word
can be readily understood if it is interpreted to mean being at one with God.
Taking the proper action to correct an injury or repaid a relationsh
1. abscess-swollen, inflamed area of body tissues. It is from the Latin abscessus
(to grow from). In was originally though that the humors (liquids) went from
the body into the swelling.
2. aphasia-loss of the power to use or und