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!Stego update: Hide confidential files in spritefiles

By Chris Williams. Published: 22nd Sep 13:34:22 | Permalink | Printable

Stego, a document protector application, has been treated to an new update. Written by Nat Queen, a somewhat data security specialist, Stego hides files such as text documents in spritefiles. They can be easily extracted using passwords and the new update allows two files to be held in one spritefile. Dr. Queen explains: "The first hidden message can act as a decoy, in case the user comes under pressure to reveal what is hidden."

PGP utilities and Stego can be fetched from:
http://web.bham.ac.uk/N.M.Queen/pgp/acorn.html


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