Keeping kids from succumbing to 'the dark side'

Friday, 20 May 2005, 2:43 AM EST

Edward Ajaeb got his first taste of steganography in sixth grade, when he set up a Web site for his teacher's husband to showcase his master's thesis on the subject. By then the Utica, N.Y., youth had designed Web sites for a couple of years, a side business he'd developed in the fourth grade.

This spring, the 16-year-old sophomore got even more involved in sending hidden, encrypted messages by using a tool he downloaded off the Internet.

By Anne Saita at SearchSecurity.

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