31 Mar '13, 11pm

Images carrying an encrypted data payload

Images carrying an encrypted data payload

He’s using AES-256 encryption to keep his data away from prying eyes. But if that wasn’t enough, he also wrote a PHP program to hide the bits in a PNG image. Not just any picture will do (otherwise your eye will be able to see something’s awry). The post linked above focuses mainly on how to choose an image that will hide your data most easily. We asked him if he would share his techniques for actually merging the encrypted file with the picture and he delivered. Head on over to his repository if you want to take a look at the generator code.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2013/03/31/images-carrying-an-encrypt...

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