Most of the time, the

least significant bit is set to zero for each byte in the carrier data.

The

least significant bit (LSB) was one of the most popular techniques in watermarking the digital image, which uses the spatial domain to hide the message.

Second

least significant bit plane of cover image was entirely replaced by secret message while tri-ways-pixel-value-differencing (TPVD) was used to hide secret message in remaining seven-bit cover image.

During initialization phase, the LFSR is shifted by ignoring the majority logic function and the

least significant bit (LSB) is replaced with the tapped bits of the LFSR.

Two of the fourteen papers describe the embedding and extraction processes of video steganography and the design of reconfigurable architectures for a

least significant bit (LSB) steganography system.

Upon closer inspection, discontinuities are seen at the transitions from hex value F to 0 in the

least significant bit of the counter.

JPHS employs

least significant bit overwriting of discrete cosine transform coefficients used by the JPEG algorithm [Allan, 1999].

One such technique in this category is the

Least Significant Bit (LSB) technique [3].

Any change in the

least significant bit (LSB) or the least 2-3 bits will not cause any perceivable change to the cover signal.

The most common steganography method in audio and image files employs some type of

least significant bit substitution or overwriting.

This is called the

least significant bit insertion technique.