Can I have my logo plate?
We do not release these plates to our customers. They are very fragile and if they get damaged (which oftentimes won’t be visible), they’re useless. We don’t want to get into an argument about who’s responsible for the plate. If we keep it, then you can be sure that you will have a perfect WaterMark every time you order. Upon written request we will destroy the plate and send the pieces to you. Of course then you have to pay for another setup the next time you order.
What if I want something really special?
Then you will need to go to your local graphic designer and have them create one for you. But you should have them contact us BEFORE they do any designing, because if the design doesn’t WaterMark properly, you’re out of luck. The WaterMarking process has limitations. Check with us first to be sure.
I think everything said was very reasonable. But, consider this, what if you were to create a awesome post title? I mean, I don’t wish to tell you how to run your website, however what if you added something that makes people desire more? I mean Your Logo | Chicago WaterMark Company is a little vanilla. You should glance at Yahoo’s front page and note how they create article headlines to get viewers to open the links. You might try adding a video or a related pic or two to get people interested about what you’ve got to say. In my opinion, it might make your blog a little bit more interesting.
I think what you said made a great deal of
sense. But, think on this, suppose you composed a catchier title?
I am not saying your information is not good., however suppose you added something
that makes people desire more? I mean Your Logo | Chicago WaterMark Company is kinda boring.
You should look at Yahoo’s home page and see how they create news titles to get people to open the links.
You might try adding a video or a picture or two
to grab people interested about what you’ve written. In my opinion, it might bring your blog a little livelier.
Fridrich, J., Goljan, M., and Hogea, D. New methodology for breaking steganographic techniques for JPEGs. In: Proceedings of the SPIE Security and Watermarking of Multimedia Contents V, vol. 5020. International Society for Optical Engineering, Santa Clara, California, January 21-24, 2003A, pp. 143-155. Also available: .
Consider the following hypothetical scenario. By preagreement with members of a terrorist organization, the leader of the terrorist cell puts an item for sale on eBay every Monday and posts a photograph of the item. The item for sale is legitimate. Bids are accepted, money is collected, and items are dutifully delivered. But at some prearranged time during the week, a version of the photograph is posted that contains a hidden message. The cell members know when that time is and download the weekly message. Unless the people are under active investigation, it is unclear that anyone will notice this activity.
Although this subject is also beyond the scope of this paper, one interesting example of steganography disruption software can be used to close this discussion. 2Mosaic by Fabien Petitcolas employs a so-called "presentation attack" primarily against images on a Website. 2Mosaic attacks a digital watermarking system by chopping an image into smaller subimages. On the Website, the series of small images are positioned next to each other and appear the same as the original large image (Petitcolas 2003).
A computer forensics examiner looking at evidence in a criminal case probably has no reason to alter any evidence files. However, an examination that is part of an ongoing terrorist surveillance might well want to disrupt the hidden information even if it cannot be recovered. Hidden content, such as steganography and digital watermarks, can be attacked in several ways so that it can be removed or altered (Hernandez Martin and Kutter 2001; Voloshynovskiy et al. 2001), and there is software specifically designed to attack digital watermarks. Such attacks have one of two possible effectsthey either reduce the steganography carrying capacity of the carrier (necessary to avoid the attack) or fully disable the capability of the carrier as a steganography medium.
What’s a Logo?
It’s a distinctive mark that’s been designed just for you. You might already have a logo or trademark. If so, then you should use that image for your watermark. If you don’t have a logo, we can help you design one. See our sample page of logos. Or you can design one on your own.
Steganography provides some very useful and commercially important functions in the digital world, most notably digital watermarking. In this application, an author can embed a hidden message in a file so that ownership of intellectual property can later be asserted and/or to ensure the integrity of the content. An artist, for example, could post original artwork on a Website. If someone else steals the file and claims the work as his or her own, the artist can later prove ownership because only he/she can recover the watermark (Arnold et al. 2003; Barni et al. 2001; Kwok 2003). Although conceptually similar to steganography, digital watermarking usually has different technical goals. Generally only a small amount of repetitive information is inserted into the carrier, it is not necessary to hide the watermarking information, and it is useful for the watermark to be able to be removed while maintaining the integrity of the carrier.
What about fine lines? Pictures?
There are limits to what can be WaterMarked. Really fine lines can’t be seen in the paper. We’ll help you determine the right size and look of your watermark. Pictures can not be used because of the intricate design. It just won’t show. It’ll smudge. Please to get specific information about the type of file we need to create a perfect WaterMark.
How to convert a demo to a licensed version
You may use the demo version of File-Mate 1500 as long as you like. We want you to explore all of its functionality; however, the forms you create will include a watermark. To remove this watermark, simply purchase a registration number from this web site.