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Google Chrome Extension Will Now Hide Your Messages in Facebook Photos

Google Chrome Extension Will Now Hide Your Messages in Facebook Photos

Google Chrome Extension has now come up with a new extension to be able to encode the info saved in the Photographs and bring invisible modifications within the image. And this approach has been designed through Owen Campbell-Moore who is a computer science student at Oxford College. On Monday morning, he shared this news in his blog post.

JPEG Steganography is used for the encryption of secret messages, hidden within the social networking site. This extension hides the message within the digital framework of the Photo now not in its pixels. So, it works like digital invisible ink.

He mentioned in a file that Steganography can be used as an very important tool for hiding messages akin to Photographs and knowledge showing within the quilt. He informed that that is the very first time that such a tool is being used in the social networking web site. He said that he carried out this concept with the assist of his professor, Andrew Ker. We thought that Fb is widely used platform where its users share limitless Photographs. So, for us this seemed like the perfect medium for applying this unique design.
This app is modest and easy to use. The person simply wish to obtain the extension, click on Control-Alt-A on Facebook to set off it. The recipient of the message is also supposed to do the same thing. After this user can add any Picture and there will probably be a pop up displaying the restrict of characters which can also be cling with the aid of the image (Generally 136 is the limit of characters).

The person can type his message after which he’s going to be asked to type a password, the recipients of message are alleged to type the same password for getting an get entry to to peer the message. Via this fashion, with every Photo uploaded on Fb, best these recipients having the password will be capable of see your messages.

Campbell stated that already more than 7000 people have downloaded this app from his web site. So, if you wish to supply secret messages to your chosen friends, this app will let you.

Do you like this app? Would you additionally like to provide secret messages to your buddy on Fb Via this app? Share your feedback.




10 Comments to “Google Chrome Extension Will Now Hide Your Messages in Facebook Photos”

  1. My inbox has 4000+ emails from facebook. Its killing my inbox. I want to know if there is a way that i can make a folder called facebook and all the emails from facebook would automatically be there. BTW i am using windows live hotmail so yeah.

  2. Many users have the facebook logo in their avatars. Is that avatar coming from facebook and is Yahoo allowing people to display the copyrighted facebook logo?

  3. Roar me R // May 28, 2013 at 05:26 // Reply

    I made it on my msn account so I don’t recieve facebook notifications at all. I recently got a blackberry enabled my email and facebook. My email works fine but I get ALL my facebook notifications and it’s annoying. Is there anyway to disable this?

  4. Is there really a difference between Facebook Fan pages and ordinary Facebook profiles? I constantly hear about Facebook “fan pages”, but there are no references to the “Fan Page” on Facebook’s site. However, there is the option to ad a page. Is this considered the “Fan Page” everyone’s talking about? But there are several options. Are they all “Fan Pages” ?

  5. For some reason my facebook does not transfer my chat messages to my inbox as most peoples facebooks do. How do i get my facebook to update and make this switch?

  6. whites are not the only racists // June 3, 2013 at 09:10 // Reply

    How does Facebook have our data across a whole network of servers? How is MySQL and PHP integrated?

  7. Christopher J // June 3, 2013 at 22:51 // Reply

    Two friends facebook profiles have been not showing up on facebook recently.I have noticed on past messages from these friends that their profile picture has also changed to a shadow.They are missing from all facebook searches and on mutual friends lists.Are their profiles “deactivated”? When a profile is deactivated does it mean its gone from facebook for good? Thanks in advance!

  8. MexicanDude // June 4, 2013 at 18:11 // Reply

    My boy friend knows my email(Hotmail) password and facebook password. After we brokeup, he changed the passwords of both and updating nasty things in facebook which tanishes my name. How can i close this facebook account and hotmail account?

  9. sethburger // June 7, 2013 at 11:55 // Reply

    I know at one point Facebook stored all of your phone contacts, but I can’t figure out how to access them since they changed Facebook (again!). I have some people stored in my phone who I want to look up by their phone number to see if they’re on Facebook. Thanks in advance!

  10. _marky_mark_ // June 9, 2013 at 14:05 // Reply

    I deactivated my Facebook and it showed me a list of 5 friends who “miss me”. How does Facebook generate that list? Is it based on who you interact with, or who looks at your account? Some of the people are people I barley talk to on Facebook.

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