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Old 05-26-2008, 12:58 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by iamback View Post
You don't have to be in any kind of "underground" to find good uses for steganography. How about hiding a file with your passwords on a USB stick, for instance? If you lose it, all someone would see is some pretty pictures - only you know what's in it.
So you are right. And probably more uses would come to light on thinking about it. So what is good software? Here’s a link to some freeware -- but what would I download with it, that I don’t know about?

Actually, I am part of a worldwide movement that has underground factions in Vietnam and China. I wouldn’t know how to contact them, but I would converse with them if I could do something positive on their behalf – if they spoke English, as I’ve always had reservations about using interpreters, but maybe, I should get over that. But already some company from China was trying to break into my computer for a couple weeks for some reason.

Overall, maybe I should take a look at this stuff just to see what it really is.

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