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N.A.N.Y. 2008 / Re: YASA (Yet Another Steganography Application)
« on: December 31, 2007, 05:47 PM »
Maybe, i know my friend Krishean who helped me with the algorithm made a php version from my code.
I've changed it a bit more since then but yeah a PHP or even ASP.net version ;) would be great also :)

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My 5 more used apps:
  • Visual Studio 2005
  • Ares Galaxy (chat only)
  • XChat
  • FireFox
  • Notepad++

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N.A.N.Y. 2008 / Re: YASA (Yet Another Steganography Application)
« on: December 31, 2007, 07:22 AM »
In my previous post in reply to app's i stated that the application should not be increasing the file size upon further testing i was wrong.
Keeping the file size near the same has been added to my todo list for this application.

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N.A.N.Y. 2008 / Re: YASA (Yet Another Steganography Application)
« on: December 30, 2007, 07:42 PM »
Neat! Here's one with hidden information inside!
 (see attachment in previous post)
Nice hidden pic :-p

That's kinda cool.  I wrote on that would let you hide simple phrases inside of an Image file but think your method of hiding a file is a much better idea.
Thank, you if you ever want to algorithm on how its being done or anything feel free to ask.
As I said this is a learning project for me so I would more than be happy to share my knowledge gained by working on this. :)

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N.A.N.Y. 2008 / Re: YASA (Yet Another Steganography Application)
« on: December 30, 2007, 06:42 AM »
Yeah, converting from jpg to png will increase the file size quite a bit actually.
But if you take a regular png and add the data to it it shouldn't change the file size much if at all.

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N.A.N.Y. 2008 / YASA (Yet Another Steganography Application)
« on: December 30, 2007, 06:28 AM »
YASA is a small learning project made in C# using the .Net framework 2.0
YASA will take an source image in bmp, png or jpg format and hide any type of data inside of it and save as png

http://yasa.hollow-net.net

yasa1.png

EDIT:
Tested YASA under Ubuntu 7.04 using Mono and it works perfectly fine. :)
If a mac user with an intel and/or ppc cpu could please test using mono it would be greatly appreciated.

Ubuntu 7.04 running YASA
yasa-mono.png

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Ah i see, i hate to go off topic but i know some children museums and PC recycling plants will gladly take the stuff :)   

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DBAN is also supposed to be very good and it its a bootable floppy
http://dban.sourceforge.net/

Also as a side note it is sad to see hardware go to waste, maybe you should think bout donating it somewhere.

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I don't know how well just plopping a 7zip archive to the end of a picture would work for steganography but I remember this on the forum
http://www.donationc...dex.php?topic=8614.0
Which uses 7zip and just adds the archive to the end of the image.

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Living Room / Re: Feedback on New Fun Software Please
« on: November 26, 2007, 11:41 AM »
You should also think about including the number 616 as a possible Antichrist
Gotten from this page and many others on the internet

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Developer's Corner / Re: Software Copy Protection Questions
« on: October 02, 2007, 09:51 AM »
tinjaw you might want to take a look at Themida it seems to have the best features for any executable protector
http://www.oreans.co...themida_features.php

If someone wants the data bad enough they will get it. Bottom line.

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I have 3 Possible PC's i can run it on (if my brother will do it also), and I'll see if my friends will help out too :)

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Living Room / Re: An alternative to Duel Boot
« on: June 11, 2007, 07:33 PM »
That site I posted earlier has links to a few different virtualization software.
That KVM one though uses the linux kernel as a hypervisor and needs hardware virtualiztion support.
I would say that one would be the best in terms of speed.

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Living Room / Re: An alternative to Duel Boot
« on: June 11, 2007, 03:08 AM »
Upon reading of KVM you need a newer CPU that natively supports virtualization.

http://aplawrence.co..._virtualization.html

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Living Room / Re: An alternative to Duel Boot
« on: June 10, 2007, 10:29 PM »
Not sure if this is what your looking for but its pretty close,

Virtual Server 2005


Allows you to run multiple server os's from one machine that is my understanding of it anyways.
There is a linux program that does the same thing but i cant remember the name of it right now.

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One word....Wow

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Ok, you have the code to compile an exe now all you need to do is add a the script to that exe as a resource.

Then when you run the newly created exe you use open the resource and run the script directly from memory

Here are some code snippets on how to do what I just explain (note I don't know much about compiling .net code from .net so your on your own on how to use a resource file when you compile it)

To make the .resources file that you compile into the newly created exe
Code: C# [Select]
  1. ResourceWriter rw = new ResourceWriter("app.resources");
  2. byte[] data = File.ReadAllBytes(scriptFile);
  3.  
  4. rw.AddResource("script", data);
  5. rw.Close();

And to read the resource and do something with it
Code: C# [Select]
  1. ResourceManager rm = new ResourceManager("app", Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly());
  2. byte[] data = (byte[])rm.GetObject("script");
  3.  
  4. UTF8Encoding encoder = new UTF8Encoding();
  5. string text = encoder.GetString(data);
  6.  
  7. Console.WriteLine(text);

Hope that is of some help if you still need help I'll write a sample program I couldn't do it tonight because something came up.

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You have the source to the interpreter exe right?

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Ok, just give me a few minutes

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Sure that would work just fine.

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HollowLife, thank you for your offer.  It's much appreciated.  If I understand you correctly, you're staying that if I can come up with a working interpreter EXE, I can supply that, plus a binary game file produced by my game compiler, and you can give me source code that would incorporate those two files into an EXE.  What language would you supply this in?  I am only familiar with C# and (to a lesser extent) Visual Basic.  However, I do have a couple of different C/C++ compilers.

The language I can do it would be C# as that would be the best your interpreter is in C#

If you let me use your interpreter and a sample source file it would be alot easier for you to understand when I give you the source code.

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If you want I can write a program that will take an interpreter program and a compiled script file.
Then execute the script using the interpreter and give you the source code.

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Living Room / Re: Microsoft takes on the free world
« on: May 14, 2007, 10:02 AM »
True, but I'm guessing over 75% of the "violations" are nonsense ones like having emoticons display inline in an Instant Message program like Gaim

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Living Room / Re: Microsoft takes on the free world
« on: May 14, 2007, 09:19 AM »
The whole patent system is flawed,
A boy got awarded a patent for swinging sideways on a swing.

http://www.newscient...article.ns?id=dn2178

I think the whole patent system needs a look at if something as stupid as that got aproved.

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