Outguess Rebirth steganography 1.1
Developed by Steganography French Touch - Windows - setup file OGR_1-3.zip (2.72 MB) - Freeware
"Outguess-Rebirth is a portable steganography"Outguess-Rebirth is a portable steganography tool for Windows, allows a user to embed hidden data inside a image JPEG.
Outguess-Rebirth is 100% free and suitable for highly sensitive data covert transmission.
Before hiding data everything is securely encrypted with AES, scrambled, whitened and encoded. Outguess-Rebirth use the Outguess steganography engine, this reduces the chances of anything hidden being detected by specialists tools or forensic expert.
The software interface is very simple interface for the steganography novice. The program makes it easy to embed hidden data anywhere on the Internet, from a blog to a photo sharing site like Tumblr, Flickr, Google+...
This encryption program is very easy to download, install and then use, through its friendly and intuitive user interface. You don't need any technical experience at all to get the most out of it.
Requirements: no requirement
What's new in this version: - First of all, it was on Linux only, so I've adapted it to Windows. - And few little bugs, one noticeable being an error output are corriged
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