Steganographic online codec allows you to hide a password encrypted message within the images & photos using AES encryption algorithm with a 256-bit PBKDF2 derived key.
The art and science of hiding information by embedding messages within other, seemingly harmless image files.
In this case, the individual bits of the encrypted hidden message are saved as the least significant bits in the RGB color components in the pixels of the selected image.
With our steganographic encoder you will be able to conceal any text message in the image in a secure way and send it without raising any suspicion. It will only be possible to read the message after entering the decryption password.
Select input image PNG JPG GIF BMP
Select input image PNG
|Strong cryptography used AES & PBKDF2|
|Stable & locked down method of encoding|
|Trusted by a $20.000 crypto puzzle|
A few examples:
The following algorithm is used:
It's very secure. You need an original password to read the message and thanks to PBKDF2 key derivation function with 20000 iterations brute force attacks are not practical.
Unfortunately, no. Only lossless image formats like PNG allow to save and recreate the encoded message in its original form. Any format that uses compression or even resizing of the image will result in the loss of some of the data needed to reproduce the original message.
Unfortunately, sites such as Facebook use lossy compression before sending the photo, to reduce the size of the transmitted data, as a result of which the original encrypted message will be corrupted. To send an image with a hidden message through services like Facebook, first compress it into a ZIP or RAR archive and send the image in the archive file.
Modifications are not visible to the naked eye, because only the individual bits of the RGB color component of the individual pixels of the image are modified.
If you are interested in the Stenography Online Codec or have any questions about it or something is not clear, please contact me. I'll be happy to answer all of your questions.