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  1. Exelent post! Thanks you sir.
    I have try another way to hide secret message within our images. Im use steghide to do that.

    http://www.linuxslaves.com/2015/05/steganography-tutorials-hide-secret.html

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  2. EMMA

    thx but abit was trouble to decrypt cause U didn't show how to view the file from the pic but tried
    "cat secret.png > message.txt " then viewed the file ,hope it helps

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  3. Alex

    thanks for this useful tips

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  4. Steghide is also quite good fun! http://www.ubuntucymraeg.org/?p=758

    steghide embed -cf ffotograff.jpg -ef neges.txt

    where ffotograff.jpg is the image and neges.txt is the message you want to hide.

    Thanks for the geat tips on the blog.

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  5. Prakash R

    Cool ! I found a similarly interesting article on installing wallpaper clocks at http://ubuntumanual.org/posts/246/installing-wallpaper-clock-in-ubuntu-in-3-simple-steps .Check it out !

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