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The newest method we wish to offer to the world of steganography and cryptology makes use of permutations. The initial idea of permeation steganography was developed independently by Peter Hendrickson (1). Here we extended on his idea by adding composition of permutations into the reply step. We have also included cycle notation; this allows for more freedom and saves bandwidth.