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Steganographie
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"Steganographie" is the *art* of hiding files in a file (Image, Wav,...) using "bits copy".

On a French website, I found this software called Steganographie which include StegaIn, StegaOut, StegaTools...
The author (DLink) allowed me to "port" it to AmigaOS4 So I took the sources, modified a few things (especially the on-screen messages from French to English and compiled it using gcc on AOS4... The results is this 3.72MB file...
I have part of the documentation translated into English (thanks elwood) and I'm hoping to have the final translation by this weekend by which time I will upload it to OS4Depot... But you can already play with it and let me know what you think.

-- This is not an SDL Port but a "native port".
-- All sources are included (original and mofified).

Jerry

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Re: Steganographie
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Er sounds great.

What is it exactly?

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Re: Steganographie
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It allows you to hide one or more files inside a picture using some kind of bits copy.

To "outsiders", they will see a picture... But then when you use StegaOut against it, you can extract back the files previously hidden in that picture...

Jerry

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Re: Steganographie
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Kewl. We can all hide virii in the pix and send em out to windoze users !!


hehe


Jerry .. Demo it at this weekends 3cag meet please.

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Re: Steganographie
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I will try (to demo it)...
And I'm hoping on Saturday to be able to "port" more... Else I can always demo Briddlebane (about 52 KB)!

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Re: Steganographie
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Jerry, would appear your'll be the only one turning up this month.

I wouldn't bother to be honest, unless yoiu want your silver keyboard back !!

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Re: Steganographie
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Paul,

OK, no problem. That will give me more time to sort out a few things... Like maybe some development on AOS4, and also prepare myself for Monday (when I might have some really great news for my future and my career...).

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good luck

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Re: Steganographie
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Thanks Paul !

Now it's time for my second morning-coffe...

Jerry

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Re: Steganographie
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Man this is rude. My daily job is to combat this stuff -;) None-the-less it is for Amiga!

ace

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Perhaps we can make the meeting in a couple of weeks and go for a 3Cag Christmas meal or something?

Logically there wouldn't have been a meeting at the end of December anyway, so this might be a sensible approach?

Perhaps I should be saying this on the 3Cag forum instead?

Chris

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Re: Steganographie
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Ignore the above, see here instead:
http://3cag.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=311

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Re: Steganographie
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what hidden message you have in your avtar :)

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Re: Steganographie
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Can't remember...

I think it says

Outcasts Hideaway

or something like that. I would have to locate the full size pic on Sues hard drive (pc) to find it.

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Re: Steganographie
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tis a big spinafex in d pick that would mow ya down in a big wind :)

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Re: Steganographie
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Quote:

acefnq wrote:
Man this is rude. My daily job is to combat this stuff -;) None-the-less it is for Amiga!

ace


Well it could be used for good cause's like putting a Copyright message into a Photo or other type of file, but as you say ace could also be used for malicious work as well

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Re: Steganographie
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sounds like it can be used in a harmless way, and can in the wrong hands can do some bad. Life is full of risks.

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Re: Steganographie
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Quote:

AmigaManiac wrote:
sounds like it can be used in a harmless way, and can in the wrong hands can do some bad. Life is full of risks.

In fact you will need to use StegaOut to extract the files... So even if you hide a virus in an image, you still need to extract it using StegaOut...

Jerry

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