Steganography made simple for Node.JS
Stegger is a steganographic utility for Node.JS, to conceal encrypted text
within JPEG images (yes, JPEG!). It wraps around the UNIX utility,
I couldn't find a working existing module on
npm, so I made my own. =
Stegaography is the art of concealing data within ordinary looking objects, such that the original file does not appear to be tampered with. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steganography for more information.
Encrypted message: 'hello world (안녕하세요! 잘지네세요?)'
outguess with your relevant package manager. This can be done in Ubuntu via:
sudo apt-get install outguess
npm install stegger
You're all set! Load a picture, and get swagging!
Check out the examples directory. The example provided, tests the
decrypt() function sequentially. This is done via asynchronous sequences.
Easy to use - just call either
decrypt(). Pass in the
relevant argument object. Listen for the
None at the moment. Post any via the bug tracker.
How secure is it? Well, pretty secure.
Joel Haowen TONG (me [at] joeltong [dot] org)