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Image Steganography 1.5

'Image Steganography' allows you to embed text and files into images.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 28, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Image Steganography is a Photo & Image software developed by CPascoe. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Image Steganography:

BrothersoftEditor: 'Image Steganography' allows you to embed text and files into images, with optional encryption.

Image Steganography uses two methods to embed files and text into images:

1) Difference - the 'Difference' mode will output an almost identical image to the original input image. By using the two images (the processed image and the original image), the 'Difference' mode compares each pixel, computes the difference, and turns it back into a byte.

2) Enlarge - the 'Enlarge' mode outputs an image 4 times bigger than the input image (2 x Width, 2 x Height). By doing this, it can has 3 times the data Capacity of the 'Difference' mode, and the original image isn't required (and so this mode is the Default).

The latest release LOADS of changes:
* MAJOR speed improvement for the 'Enlarge' Algorithm
* New algorithm; 'Embed' - fast, and almost completely undetectable
* 'Capacity' feature - displays the data capacity for an image, and shows whether the data can be encoded
* Image Scaling - if the data capacity for the image is too small, the image can be resized to allow for more data
* Various Bug Fixes and UI improvements
you can free download Image Steganography 1.5 now.

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