Sunday, August 17, 2008

Tip: Hiding Files Inside An Image in Linux

An image file like JPG is read from the beginning of the file and terminated with an ‘End of Image’ marker. An archive file like ZIP has their metadata stored at the end of the file. Put them together and the image will be read as a valid image file and the appended ZIP file will be read as an archive. Here is how to do it in Linux...

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