In one of my post, I talked about how to hide files inside BMP images. That involved some command line usage to hide the files. In this post, I will guide you to do that without any hassle with a simple utility Jpg+FileBinder.
Jpg+FileBinder is an easy to use too with no installation required. This utility only support JPEG format image to hide all the files.
Download Jpg+FileBinder from here, and extract the executable.
Follow these simple steps to hide files inside JPEG image.
- Select the JPEG image file in which you want to hide files.
- Create a folder and copy all the files which need to be hidden inside the image.
- Compress the above created folder to .zip format using any of the free compressing tools.
- Select the output picture file which will have the files hidden inside.
- Click OK
You will get the notification that you files have been binded.
In order to get back binded or hidden files inside the output picture file, rename it to .zip extension and open with any file compression tool to extract the hidden files, or extract it online using Wobzip.
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