Use Secretbook to encode hidden messages in Facebook photos

Shawn Knight

TechSpot Staff
Staff member
A browser extension called Secretbook allows anyone using Google Chrome to secretly embed a message in a JPEG image uploaded to Facebook. The contents of the 140 character message can only be viewed if you know the corresponding password, according...

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R

RH00D

A terrorist could use this. But then again they can also put however many documents, PDFs, etc. they want into a single encrypted 7zip archive then transfer that through Facebook Chat, or the hundreds of file hosting websites.
 

cliffordcooley

TS Redneck
How about encrypting the entire account so that it can not be seen or spammed unless invited, regardless of updates made by Facebook that changes your settings.
 

NTAPRO

TS Evangelist
I've heard of people doing similar processes with distributing child pornography lol

Not sure how I came across that article though >_>