To give people back their basic human right of privacy!
What is it?
!Steg incorporates a simple form of steganography for RISC OS users. Steganography is the process by which data can be hidden within an image file so that no one suspects that anything hidden is being passed on.
This RISC OS version will allow you to encode any text (or data) file into a RISC OS sprite file. This sprite will be automatically generated and will look like a random backdrop tile.
Mainly in response to the UK government's contravention of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states:-
"No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence..."- Article 12, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
I say, "Death to RIP!".
Three examples of hiding the !Help file:-
Hidden using 'sea green' palette, grid size of 256x256, step size of 53 and pass phrase of "this is secret".
Hidden using 'future glow' palette, grid size of 156x156, step size of 27 and no pass phrase.
116x116, Psychedelic palette & step=57
There are a number of similar alternatives for the RISC OS platform. These consist of:-
I am also looking into porting OutGuess 0.2 to the RISC OS platform, which looks like the best steganography tool for Windows and Linux (source available).
Last edit: 10th Apr 2016 at 1:54pm
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