Re: Bitmap Steganography freeware



On Jan 26, 9:18 am, "David Eather" <eat...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Thu, 26 Jan 2012 13:15:57 +1000, jmorton123 <jmorton...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jan 23, 9:02 am, g...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Greg Rose) wrote:
In article
<d1483daf-8cc0-47f4-8719-62593c642...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,

jmorton123  <jmorton...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Bitmap Steganography freeware

Required inputs:  source file, 24-bit bitmap image file, random digit
file.

I'm surprised and ashamed that no one has
pointed out that the only possible reason to use
.bmp format in this day and age is to embed
steganography in it...

It is tiring to repeat the same stuff *every* time.



Greg.

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I also know the WAVE format specifications.

To save Greg - the only possible reason to email a wav file is
steganography

No one said that any of these files would necessarily be sent via
email.
Don't people upload files to websites for others to download, for
instance? Is that suspicious?
Why don't both of you just tell us what is bugging the two of you.
Why make unsupportable assumptions? So you can hint at your point of
view?
Don't hint: just tell us what your point of view is.
What do you want to say?

Is it, "Don't email or upload bitmap inage files or wave audio files
because you will automatically be suspected of using steganography."

Tell us, are there ANY files one can email or upload that cannot be
suspected of being steganographic files?

What should we do? LOLROTF
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