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Let t be the Hamming weight of e (on average t k/ε). 2. Let m ˜ a message of lenght t and x˜ the cover-data computed from the second ˜ x + e˜) = m LSB of the cover-medium. Find e˜ such that H(˜ ˜ and e˜i = 0 for ˜ is obtained from the t ﬁrst rows of H). i ∈ W (where H The value t must be communicated to the receiver, a small portion of the cover image can be used to embed this value. Notice that instead of ﬂipping a bit (or adding 1 if the bit is even and -1 is the bit is odd) , we now modify a pixel by adding +1 or -1 regardless its parity.
Finally, depending on the parameters, the transmission rate (number of information symbols/ number of transmitted symbols) which is equal to log2 nt /(n − k) can be better or worst that those of McEliece (k/n). Table 8 sums up these diﬀerences and makes a comparison with the RSA cryptosystem when used with a 2048 modulus and a public exponent e equal to 216 + 1 as in openssl toolbox (the complexity is given as the number of binary operations to perform per information bit): Table 8. 63 40555 Decryption complexity 2311 8450 6557176, 5 Remark 5.