Hide documents in spritefiles: David Thomson aims to beat all Steganography encrypting softwareBy Chris Williams. Published: 10th Nov 22:44:26 | Permalink | Printable
Sometime ago, we mentioned Dr. N.Queen's rather good !Stego software that allows documents to be hidden in ordinary spritefiles.
Well, we seem to have a little competition here as Dave Thomson releases his own implementation of the steganography system that provides this crafty form of encryption.
PhotoSteg claims to produce encrypted spritefiles which are indistinguishable with normal spritefiles.
See for yourself at Dave's website:
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