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mala 04-28-2003 03:45 PM

New (well, first O;-)) stego tute: Everything Is Byte
 
Everything Is Byte is out, at last!
It's not a real stego tute (for a serious one you'll have to wait some more time) but is a good intro which (should) make you understand how you can play with files.
I hope you'll like it, anyway I've created this thread here to collect _any_ kind of comments. Don't be too bad with me, anyway, I'm quite fragile in this period ;)

Ben 08-14-2003 09:03 AM

Fravia's Stego are really good practice .. :)

kw 08-26-2003 10:53 PM

YAY!! Good work mala
Looks cool, I'll read it tomorrow (time for bed now)

Kwazy Webbit

mala 08-27-2003 06:11 AM

thanx :)
Let me know what you think abt it! ;)

kw 08-27-2003 09:35 AM

Halfway through it now, great stuff :)

Im just stopping in for a sidenote to Dev9, to say that the backspaces are unescaped one too many times (or something like it ;))..
From mala's tut:

Quote:

Then, copy a file called c:windowssystemshdoclc.dll in another place and
rename it as shdoclc.html

Cheers,
KW

Ben 08-28-2003 06:27 PM

great reading Mala! thnx :)
ur hidden desgined messages in the com files are nicely done :P
but the tv blored me away :P

Devine9 08-29-2003 09:25 AM

I'll look into it, thanks kw. Looks liek a weekend of editing for me with this and the others ;)

Devin

Evilcry 08-30-2003 03:13 PM

Great article, this helped me on two situation

your 4 riddle
a riddle proposed by Ben in another place

Of course the article is intersting because gives some (vey clear) basics of Stego.


Ciao By Evilcry

mala 08-31-2003 05:24 AM

thanx
 
Thank you very much for your (all positive) feedbacks ^__^
Anyway, if you find anything that is wrong or not clear enough don't hesitate to tell me, I'll try to correct it or explain it better in future papers ;-)

Ben 09-05-2003 06:02 AM

rock on +m ;)


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