The latest twist in the spy game? Using Google to pass secret messages. At least that’s what the brain’s at Warsaw University in Poland have come up with.
They have a team that tries to come up with new ways to distribute secret messages, otherwise known as steganography. I know, I’d never heard of it either.
The details sound pretty farfetched, you load a program and see secret codes pop up in the google results that pop up as you type in your search term, but it just proves that there are many, many ways to pass information now. Here’s the link to the full story at New Scientist Magazine.