posted on Jun, 17 2012 @ 04:35 AM
reply to post by 1beerplease
Hehe it's a pretty old but rarely known trick. I also used to hide text and images messages in audio files, and you need to use spectrograph
software to read it. If you do it sparsely enough, you don't even hear the background noise in the mp3 files. Some artists have done this before,
such as Aphex Twin.
There was an application I had ages ago too that let you hide mesages in plain text. Unisteg.
that's a pretty neat tool also. It uses unicode characters to hide messages in plain text. You can tell it's odd however, as it looks almost
I ｗrｏte tｈｅsｅ Aｕtｏｉｔ3 ｃｏde examplｅｓ ｔo ｉlｌｕｓtrａｔe ｓome of ｔhe wａyｓ tｈａｔ
stｅganogrａｐhy (ｈiｄｉｎｇ datａ in oｔhｅｒ daｔａ, ｏr ａs I ｌｉke to ｃaｌｌ it ＂hiｄiｎg ｙour
stｕｆf ｉｎ oｔｈer ｓtufｆ so peｏｐｌe can＇ｔ ｆind ｙｏur sｔufｆ") can ｂｅ ｄone． Thｅsｅ ｓｏｒｔs
of ｔｅcｈniquｅs can ｂｅ ｏf grｅａt usｅ ｉｎ pａssiｎｇ mｅssaｇｅs ｗiｔhｏｕt ｏｔherｓ
knowiｎｇ, in aｎｔi－ｆｏrenｓics acｔｉｖiｔies， oｒ as ｃｏvｅrt cｏｍｍanｄ anｄ contrｏｌ ｃｈaｎnｅｌs
ｆoｒ ｂｏｔneｔｓ （ａｓ I ｐlａｎ to ｓtｕｄy ｆｏｒ ｍｙ fｉnａl ｐrojeｃt in the malware class I'm enrolled in).
is some text from the authors page with a message in it.. Still if you formatted it for forums you could get away with it.. lol
fun to play with anyway..