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Perhaps the encryption tools need to be disguised as something else - they need to perform another primary function, with an undocumented command line switch to allow encryption. Steganography programs could, perhaps, be programs to generate pretty little patterned tiles, unless the -HideMyConfidentialFileFromThePryingEyesOfBigBrotherAndHisEvilMinions switch is used.

Of course, the problem then becomes how does anyone know that's what they do in order to use them? 8-)

 is a RISC OS UserVinceH on 23/5/06 9:49AM
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