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Hide Secret Text in Old School Tapes [DIY]
posted November 2 2014 8:28.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a method to hide a secret line of message inside an audio file. Its not the most secure way to send secret messages these days, but its so James Bond like...
First you make a bmp file with the text you want to encrypt. You then import this bmp into a program called Coagula. This program will export a wav file, which is actually your encrypted file. To decrypt it, use any audio editing software with spectrograph (like Audacity) and voila!

As a transportation medium I'd also recommend ye good old classic cassettes... Its so classy!


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