AudioStego

by danielcardeenas

danielcardeenas /AudioStego

Audio file steganography. Hides files or text inside audio files and retrieve them automatically

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AudioStego

Audio file steganography. Hides text or files inside audio files and retrieve them automatically. It actually supports only .mp3 and .wav files as inputs, but you can hide whatever kind of file or text on them.

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Build

This shit needs CMake to build. So download it before compiling.

> sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev
> git clone https://github.com/danielcardeenas/AudioStego.git
> cd AudioStego
> mkdir build
> cd build
> cmake ..
> make

And it should create be a file named

hideme

Note: Boost libraries need to be installed to compile

How to use

Hiding data

In order to hide a file inside another file

> ./hideme file_used_to_hide_data file_to_hide

Or if you want to hide a string on it

> ./hideme file_used_to_hide_data "'Message to hide'"

(Notice the simple quotation inside double quotes)

Both will output a clone of the file with the hidden data as

output.(file extension)

Retrieving hidden data

In order to retrieve a hidden message just set the "-f" or "--find" flag:

> ./hideme [file_with_hidden_data] -f

It will automatically detect wether it's a string or a file and the type of the file itself. + If it's a file, it will create it as

output.(file extension)
+ If it's a string message, it will print it on the console/terminal

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