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Steg, coding and camouflage any picture files

Steg, coding and camouflage any picture files

Security and privacy are two of the issues that are more topical in the days running. Day after day we see news in which we talk about data theft scandals or incorrectly produced after publication in social networks, for example. The fact that today’s computers, computers and the Internet may be one of all indicates that more and more people trust their data to their own computers and accounts in the cloud.

In Bitelia have given many tips on safety , and utilities have tried to ensure that we use our data and encode them in the face that can not be accessed by third parties. Today backslide on it, talking about Steg , a utility that serves to embed any file into an file.

The goal, of course, is to embed potentially important information and pass by an image file. This is a very good idea and a technique that is not new precismente but with can use to perfection in a comfortable and easy.

The first thing to do is choose an image, which can be in the following formats:

  • BMP
  • JPG or JPEG
  • PNG
  • PPM
  • TIFF

Using the Toolbar to perform the necessary options, including even a descriptive message, perhaps with information about the actual contents of the image. The following is include the. We selected the appropriate option and then use the option to save to get the resulting file in the path you want.

By the way, if you are thinking that embed a file into an image can not be entirely sure, because sometimes it can be very obvious, perhaps because the size of the image file, save more, we always have the option to encode previously content with a specific application, and later embedded in the resulting image file. All for the safety of our files.

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