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Thereby supporting covert communications and aiding in exfiltration of data.
95 Hardcover QA268 These days, covert communications must not make "noise"--that is, if the method involves alteration of images, audio files, or text, that alteration must not attract attention or be easily discernible.
Savox experienced increased interest in all its traditional products such as tactical headsets, covert communications and respirator communications in addition to newer products such as the EarPAC hearing protection headset and the URIC universal radio and intercom controller.
There are plenty of ways, right now, to conduct covert communications on the Internet that cannot be intercepted by most intelligence organizations worldwide.
Mr Bigley's wife Sombat and his family were kept informed of the covert communications.
There were lectures about the Code of Conduct and about covert communications.
Winkler went on to say that if a company is targeted by APT attackers, and just about all large companies are, it needs to not rely on technologies, but skilled practitioners who know how to search for covert communications channels.
Intended future applications for this platform technology include indications for hearing disorders such as mixed hearing loss and tinnitus, as well as consumer and covert communications.