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Data Hiding through steganography

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by jhaeza, Nov 6, 2007.

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  1. jhaeza

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    Hello guys, is it possible to hide a media format to another media format?
     
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    Hello jhaeza, and welcome to TSG.

    Yes, it is possible to hide one type of media file inside of another type of media file. As you mention in your subject line, one method is to use steganography. Making the the hidden content not easily found or recoverable by someone else will depend on the file sizes involved and the steganography software used to combine the files.
     
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