1994-03-01 - Re: standard for stegonography?

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From: Sergey Goldgaber <sergey@delbruck.pharm.sunysb.edu>
To: Jeremy Cooper <jeremy@crl.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-03-01 06:52:06 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 28 Feb 94 22:52:06 PST

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From: Sergey Goldgaber <sergey@delbruck.pharm.sunysb.edu>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 94 22:52:06 PST
To: Jeremy Cooper <jeremy@crl.com>
Subject: Re: standard for stegonography?
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On Mon, 28 Feb 1994, Jeremy Cooper wrote:
> How many possible checksums are there?  If you use a one byte checksum, 
> there are only 256 possible combinations right?  Maybe what I am asking 
> is, 'How big is the checksum?' 

Good question!  Anyone out there know what the practical/secure limit is?