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What are people saying about SecretLayer

Yves Ros Hello,

Could you please confirm whether this deal concerns the Secret Layer Pro version or not?

Best regards,

Yves Ros
Nov 12 2012 at 2:52am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko This deal concern both versions. Currently the price for Light is wrong.
Easysector - Nov 12 2012 at 4:22am Copy Link
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Tomasz User Hi, could you move my license to another PC when my old laptop break down?
Nov 12 2012 at 11:56am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko Hi Tomasz S.,

Yes, you can transfer license to another computer.

Actually - you can use one serial number on two computers - and on the PC of the recepient of your hidden messages.
Easysector - Nov 12 2012 at 12:02pm Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber If I send (or make accessible) an encrypted image-picture, who doesn't have bought SecretLayer, is he able to get the information out of it? Or has he buy SecretLayer too?

If he has to, I think for many people it's a reason not to buy, because it's hard to persuade all the people you want to send some personal information, to spend money, So, if not already there, do you consider to create a free decrypt-only version? (If the receiver likes the program, he will consider buying the also-encrypt version too...).
Nov 13 2012 at 12:47am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko You can use one serial on TWO computers according SecretLayer license - one for you and one for your recipient.

You can even hide serial in one image with no encryption and sent this image to your recipient. He can extract this info with one-week trial version and register his copy.
Easysector - Nov 13 2012 at 2:15am Copy Link
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Rick Radco To hide data -- do you have to hide the data in a number of different pictures as shown on the video -- or can you hide data in just 1 single picture?
Nov 13 2012 at 8:59am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko You can hide something in to multiple container-images in the PRO version and you can use only one container-image in the Light version.

Check version comparsion - http://www.steganographyp...ompare.php
Easysector - Nov 14 2012 at 5:05am Copy Link
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Michael R. Can I do all these things also via command-line-parameters?

Can it occur that when I want to hide something inside a single picture, that the picture is not big enough or is SL so flexible, that it changes the picture a little bit more, so the file will fit in anyway? (Or with other words: Is the number of bytes being able to be hiden in a given picture always the same, because the method used to get this done always is static?)
Nov 14 2012 at 11:21pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko No you can use command line in this version.

If your image is not enough - just use few images for one peace of data.

About the amount of data:
in 169 kB .png file you can hide 38kB of data.
In 3.9mb .jpg you can hide also 39kB of data.

To hide 1 GB of data you'll need about 5 GB of .png images.
Easysector - Nov 15 2012 at 1:41am Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling I would like to use the software to embed my copyright notice for the photos that I take. Can people that get the photos still print them out like normal without any problems with the encrypted text?
Nov 15 2012 at 3:08am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko Of course its not specially designed for digital watermarking, but the SecretLayer using exactly same concept. So, you can use it for protection of your photos.

But lets clarify what does it give to you:
Digital Watermark can't protect your photo fro re-publishing somwhere, but you found illigal useing of your photos - you can extract hidden data (your copyrights) from this photos and prove that it yours in the court and so on.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/w...termarking

You can protect your photos in a much simple way with visual watermark http://www.bitsdujour.com...hmarker-2/
Easysector - Nov 15 2012 at 3:55am Copy Link
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Amit If there are 4 reciepients - and they dont want to buy anything - they cannot unlock the hidden data. They cant do it for free (as trial cannot be used by them forever).

Right ?
Nov 15 2012 at 7:57am Copy Link
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Michael R. I think you meant
'No, you can not use command line in this version.'
above. Right?

Will there be an update in the near future, where this is implemented?
Nov 15 2012 at 8:46am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko to Amit: Right. You need 2 license for 4 recepient.
Easysector - Nov 15 2012 at 9:15am Copy Link
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John H @ You can protect your photos in a much simple way with visual watermark http://www.bitsdujour.com...chmarker-2/

There are programs to remove visual watermarks ... Gee I don't know where anyone would ever buy a program like that, especially at a discount.
Nov 15 2012 at 2:23pm Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling I bought a copy, waiting on license. When I add this code to the image, am I right in assuming that it will not be able to be removed without the encrypt key? or can it be stripped out of the photo?
Stephen
Nov 15 2012 at 2:50pm Copy Link
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Mitch Kite So, what happens if the photo is re-sized or cropped after embedding data into it? Do you lose the embedded information?
Nov 15 2012 at 3:33pm Copy Link
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Matt I just made a purchase using PayPal. Digital River (Share-It) seems to be having some problems processing orders. They said the order delay could take between 4 and 24 hours. I never had this problem before.
Nov 15 2012 at 4:45pm Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling I have the same problem, its been over 4 hours.

Stephen
Nov 15 2012 at 4:56pm Copy Link
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Matt Hi Stephen. Have you had any luck?

From my understanding, PayPal is not the problem. I tried placing a second order by paying directly with a credit card and still the order is not being processed (or at minimum, a 4 to 24 hour delay in processing). I contacted both PayPal and Digital River by phone. Digital River admitted having the problem.

I hope they can resolve this.
Nov 15 2012 at 7:22pm Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling The license came through a few hours ago.

Thanks.
Nov 16 2012 at 3:58am Copy Link
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Matt Mine too. Thanks.
Nov 16 2012 at 4:14am Copy Link
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dale Geyer Please do giveaway soon for this product again, I really need the pro edition!
Jan 9 2013 at 9:29pm Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling I have been a user of DR. Explain and would recommend it to all. When you need to update, just download and install the latest from the web site. I have never had any problems with the software and your registration stays in place when you update. This is one of 2 software products that I use.

Looking forward to version 5.

Stephen
Apr 9 2013 at 2:54am Copy Link
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Noggin The Nog Is the data hidden in the image inherently identifiable by the software, or does the software need a copy of the image as it was before the data was hidden in it in order to find the hidden data by comparison? If the data is inherently identifiable, how is it so identifiable?

Am I right in thinking that the pro version allows you to encrypt the data on a password before hiding it in the image or images?
Apr 9 2013 at 3:41am Copy Link
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Stephen Kreyling I would like to see the software be able to put the data into the photo on a permanent basis, I do believe that the data is lost if you save it out to another file name.
Apr 9 2013 at 4:09am Copy Link
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Ray DiFazio It is unclear to me whether the recipient needs their own copy of SecretLayer or does the data automatically decrypt with a password? (like .exe files created by WinZip)
Apr 9 2013 at 11:32am Copy Link
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Walter Wehmann What photo modifications (resize, rotate, auto-fix, crop...) crop would cause the loss of embedded information? Many that wouldn't?
Apr 9 2013 at 2:57pm Copy Link
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John . Does the pro version come with 4 years support/ updates or just 1?
Thanks, John.
Apr 11 2013 at 5:49am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @ Noggin The Nog

1. The software does not need the original image to find the hidden data. You can even shred original image, and we always recomend to do this. There is only one way to detect stegonography (not to extract data - just to find that hidden data is present in the image) - to compare original image and image with hidden data.
How is it so identifiable - we can't explain because of security reasons.

2. You absolutely right - the pro version allows you to encrypt the data on a password before hiding it in the image.
Easysector - Apr 11 2013 at 6:02am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko This is two close questions, so both answers is here:

@ Stephen Kreyling

You can rename image with hidden data and extract data without problems.

@Walter Wehmann

In a case of resize, rotate, auto-fix or crop image - hidden data will be lost.
Easysector - Apr 11 2013 at 6:34am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Ray DiFazio

Yes, the recepient need own copy of SecretLayer to extract data.

When you purchase SecretLayer - you can install it in to two PC. So, one license is enough to organize data exchange between 2 persons.
Easysector - Apr 11 2013 at 6:38am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @John Pro version come with 4 years support.

Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for the lifetime of the product.
Easysector - Apr 11 2013 at 6:42am Copy Link
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S B SecretLayer seems clean and very easy to use.

May I ask
1) is there random "salt" with encryption? (will the same data, encryption password, and method always yield the same modified image?)
2) does the hidden message include a "checksum"?
3) can you comment more on how images are modified (LSBits?)
4) does SecretLayer allow much of the "tweaking" possible in OpenPuff, for example?
5) do you intend to extend SecretLayer to hide data in archive files?
6) Many thanks!

The "Advices" page on SecretLayer's website is concise and nice!
(I think that the rightmost example pixel in image with hidden data in the "How Does it Work" example might have an intended green value of 213 rather than 113)

Thanks for a nice product!
Apr 12 2013 at 12:21am Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber Looking at your website, but haven't tested the trial yet, it looks like a quite interesting program...

But I think it would have (even) more success (in form of more selled items), if there would be a free limitated version, being able to get the hidden messages/files back (of course without being able to hide one in an image? (Perhaps there is?) To be able to share a single license, you talked about above, with a single person is nice, but if I want to encrypt some data for a group of person (without expecting an encrypted feedback), I can hardly force them all to buy SL... So for doing this a user with this intention can't use SL and so he wouldn't buy SL at all.

Some additional questions:

If a person suspects that certain image(s) contain encrypted data and he also has SL, can he find out (i.e. if or if not) without knowing the password?

In your video you say, you have to know the password, encryption-type and key-length to be able to decrypt? Isn't the password not enough? Do I also have to know, in case something is encrypted in more than one pictures, the pictures and the order of the pictures?

What's the filesize-percentage of the data I am able to hide in a picture? (Or with other word, if a picture has a size of 1MB, how many bytes can I hide in it?) Can I vary it. E.g. if my data are not extremely secret, can I decide to pack e.g. two bits (instead of one) into the color-information of one pixel?

Which images are supported? BMP, JPG, ...?
If I have a BMP-image with hidden data, and I rotate it by 90° and the recepient rotates it back, no data should be lost and the data should be extractable again, shouldn't it?

Thank you
Apr 12 2013 at 1:25am Copy Link
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Paul joubert If the counterpart user is on a MAC or Linux OS system is there a version for said OSs or is this strictly MS PC based?
If so, seems like a seriously missed opportunity especially in the corporate world.
Apr 12 2013 at 2:09am Copy Link
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Brian De Bragança Hi Dmitry,

Am I right in believing that any file types can be hidden - e.g. image files, vid files, executables, etc?

What about a folder containing files? When extracting, would the original folder structure and all files in it be recreated?

What about already compressed archives - e.g ZIP, RAR, 7z files? When extracted, they should be able to be uncompressed without problems, right? (This might take care of the preceding question about folders?

Is there a portable version of Secret Layer Pro that can be run from a thumb drive?
Apr 12 2013 at 2:21am Copy Link
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Alan Can you explain this:

Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed.

Does this actually mean that once it's installed on my pc, I can't uninstall and reinstall on a different pc?
Apr 12 2013 at 2:30am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @ S B Our steganography specialist will answer you in a 4-5h. He will do this better then me.
Easysector - Apr 12 2013 at 7:16am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Alan Sawyer You can, install it your next PC. You just can't re-sell the license to another user.
Easysector - Apr 12 2013 at 7:20am Copy Link
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Paul joubert A simple question:
I want to send encrypted files to 5 different recipients in 5 different locations.
One of the recipients is required to send return encrypted files.
What Pro licenses do I need to purchase and what will the special total price be for the above configuration??
Thank you.
I await your reply before purchasing.
Apr 12 2013 at 9:30am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Paul joubert All together - 6 people. According license - you can use 1 serial on 2 PC. So, you need to purchase 3 copy of SecretLayer Pro (today - $47,25).
Easysector - Apr 12 2013 at 11:07am Copy Link
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Michael R. Does SecretLayer support command-line-arguments?
I haven't found anything like that in the help-section of your website.

If not, do you plan to implement this in a soon free update?
Apr 12 2013 at 12:15pm Copy Link
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Paul joubert @ D.G.
Doesn't make sense.
... I'm OUT
Apr 12 2013 at 12:27pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @ S B

1) is there random "salt" with encryption? (will the same data, encryption password, and method always yield the same modified image?)

Not yet, but in the next versions this feature will be implemented. The main issue for this is just proper UI solution)

2) does the hidden message include a "checksum"?

Yes. Checksum is used to detect is there any valid data in the image and to verify decrypted data. This verification comes after collecting all the data from all images and decryption of that collected data. Putting checksum inside of the decrypted package allows to slow down brute force attacks.

3) can you comment more on how images are modified (LSBits?)

Yes, there is simple LSB, that hides data to lowest bits of random pixels (actually to random color channels of random pixels). That random pixels are chosen upon the encryption settings.

4) does SecretLayer allow much of the "tweaking" possible in OpenPuff, for example?

Not all of them. The main reason for this (as with "salt") - proper UI solutions. We have lots of features that we need to place on a limited UI space. So besides functionality implementation we have to resolve usability issues.

5) do you intend to extend SecretLayer to hide data in archive files?

I can't say for sure, but I think that there is no way to use archive files as a proper steganography container due to their nature. Of course you can write your data to the end of WinRar archive (and it will still work as WinRar archive), but this is not a safe way.

6) Many thanks!

You're welcome)
Easysector - Apr 12 2013 at 3:54pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @ Brian De Bragança

Am I right in believing that any file types can be hidden - e.g. image files, vid files, executables, etc?

Yes, you're right. There is no distinction between types of the hidden data for SecretLayer and you can hide anything you need.

What about a folder containing files? When extracting, would the original folder structure and all files in it be recreated?

You can hide only files with no folder structure. If you need to keep your folder structure, you can use archive files (ZIP, RAR, etc)

What about already compressed archives - e.g ZIP, RAR, 7z files? When extracted, they should be able to be uncompressed without problems, right? (This might take care of the preceding question about folders?

As I mentioned in the previous comment SecretLayer uses checksums for verifying integrity of the extracted data. So yes, there will no any problems with decompressing archives.

Is there a portable version of Secret Layer Pro that can be run from a thumb drive?

No. There is some software protection issues for that feature
Easysector - Apr 12 2013 at 4:08pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Again: Is there or will there soon be a way, to use SecretLayer with command-line options to do the work like embedding/encoding and decoding, so I could use it inside a .bat-file, instead of always having to click through the GUI?
Apr 12 2013 at 8:22pm Copy Link
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VLM Dmitry Goncharenko - Given the business in which you engage, there is something you ought to know. (Actually, it's something everyone ought to know. :) You write:

"When you purchase SecretLayer - you can install it in to two PC. So, one license is enough to organize data exchange between 2 persons."

In law, "persons" are corporations. ... ALWAYS, ALWAYS, AND ALWAYS. In contrast, people are, well, people. So you mean to say "between 2 PEOPLE".

On another note, that one can hide archives is impressive and VERY useful, I think. Order 2 licenses (2x2)
Apr 12 2013 at 8:43pm Copy Link
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Cash Monet Sorry for the mis-post - I found my answer - supported file sizes aren't adequate for my needs.
Apr 12 2013 at 10:50pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Michael R. No, we do not support command line. It's making things more complicated for 99% of users. The aim of SecretLayer is to make steganography maximum easy. Data hiding is one of the best approaches among privacy protection methods and the best way to make it popular - clear and simple GUI.

P.S. I'm not completely against command lines, development of the SecretLayer were started from command line interface )
Easysector - Apr 13 2013 at 3:41am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Michael R.
P.P.S. SecretLayer has command line interface, but it's only in the developer version and for development purposes. Production release does not have it. But it will be optimised for end-user automation purposes and will be included in further versions.
Easysector - Apr 13 2013 at 7:44am Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber Hello...
Have you overseen my questions above?
Apr 13 2013 at 2:17pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Stefan Hauber Yes, sorry for delay.

Regarding free version for extracting of hidden messages - can be good idea, thank you. We will think.

If a person suspects that certain image(s) contain encrypted data and he also has SL, can he find out (i.e. if or if not) without knowing the password?

- No. No way to detect hidden data existance without password

In your video you say, you have to know the password, encryption-type and key-length to be able to decrypt? Isn't the password not enough? Do I also have to know, in case something is encrypted in more than one pictures, the pictures and the order of the pictures?

You need to know 3 things: password, encryption-type and key-length for decryption.

In a case if data was hidden in a group of images - you need all this images together for extraction. Order is not important. If you will try to extract data from one image from this group - it will look-like empty. This is done to avoid steganography detection in a case if you sent images from one group by different channels.

What's the filesize-percentage of the data I am able to hide in a picture? (Or with other word, if a picture has a size of 1MB, how many bytes can I hide in it?) Can I vary it. E.g. if my data are not extremely secret, can I decide to pack e.g. two bits (instead of one) into the color-information of one pixel?

You can hide 1Mb of data in the 5 Mb of .png images. Capacity of .jpg it's around 1-3% from the file size. You can't vary the amount of data, it limited by possibility of the container image. For maximum protection we recomend not to fill the capacity of the image up to 100% but 20-40%.

Which images are supported? BMP, JPG, ...?
If I have a BMP-image with hidden data, and I rotate it by 90° and the recepient rotates it back, no data should be lost and the data should be extractable again, shouldn't it?

Jpg, png, gif. You can't rotate, resize and edit images with hidden data.
Easysector - Apr 13 2013 at 8:06pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Thank you for having decided to make command-line functionality available in a coming update.

This made me buy SecretLayer now and I'm looking forward for this feature.
Apr 14 2013 at 10:37am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko Thank you, Michael! And thanks to all who participate in a discussion during last days.

We will notify you about next version and it's not far away.
Easysector - Apr 14 2013 at 11:58am Copy Link
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Yudha Yan Kusuma Hi Dmitry,

The key that I purchased here is invalid for new version (2.8.1)

Please help.
Jun 4 2013 at 2:22pm Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Yudha Yan Kusuma - I have just contacted the vendor regarding the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 4 2013 at 2:46pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @ Yudha Yan Kusuma - Please check your mailbox for new serial.
Easysector - Jun 6 2013 at 2:45am Copy Link
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John . I am having the same problem. Key doesn't work on new version.
Jun 15 2013 at 3:34pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @John New serial already in your mailbox.
Easysector - Jun 18 2013 at 7:39am Copy Link
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DrTeeth Can you confirm or otherwise if the free version can extract information hidden with the pro version - from multiple images for example? From looking at the past conversations, this was under consideration.
Nov 10 2013 at 7:36am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @DrTeeth
No, free version can't extract information hidden with Pro. But, when you have Pro - you can install it on two PC (one for you and one for your recipient).
Easysector - Nov 11 2013 at 2:18am Copy Link
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DrTeeth Hi Dimitry,

That is a deal-breaker. Sorry.

Thanks.
Nov 11 2013 at 1:18pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @DrTeeth One license is enough to ogranize confidential data exchange between two users. If you need more - just contact us for special group discount, it starts from 10 license.
Easysector - Nov 12 2013 at 3:17am Copy Link
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Matt Hello Dmitry.

I purchased SecretLayer Pro last time here on BDJ.

My key does not work on the latest version (2.8.1). I see several others have had the same problem.

I sent a support request through your web site several months ago and still haven't heard anything back from you other than several 'LinkedIn' requests in Russian.

Maybe you could also opt me out of your 'Linked In' requests since I can't read the several Russian email requests that you sent. I don't want to click on any links in email that I can't read.

Thank you.
Nov 12 2013 at 2:34pm Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Matt

Hello Matt, Please contact us directly (support@steganographypro.com) with your username. Possibly your previous request for serial was blocked by spam filter.

Regarding LinkedIn - just cancel this mails, or unsubscribe. Linkedin sending this automatically, I can't control this.
Easysector - Nov 13 2013 at 12:48am Copy Link
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Sandro Perotti Pardon my ignorance, when you say "data" what do you mean, exactly? A text file? What about a spreadsheet, for instance? Or a screen shot (which is another image)? A pdf file?
Nov 13 2013 at 3:51am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Sandro Perotti

You can hide any type of data (any type of file - does not matter is it pdf or spreadsheet). On files size sum is important.
Easysector - Nov 13 2013 at 4:17am Copy Link
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William Tattors Policy states; Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed.

I operate on XP, and most likely will end this in the future, So, am I stuck? Surely I could remove from and add to...... it seems.
Nov 13 2013 at 5:34am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @William Tattors

"to another owned computer " means that you can't sell or gift your license to somebody else.

There is no limitation to use your license on your next computer with any next Windows.
Easysector - Nov 13 2013 at 5:46am Copy Link
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Mary Wilson I have a couple of questions as I am not understanding a couple of points. The program puts what ever you want to hide into a picture and the picture looks normal. What I don't understand is if you send it to someone. Does the program have to be on a receipants computer?
Nov 13 2013 at 6:47am Copy Link
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Dmitry Goncharenko @Mary Wilson Yes. The recepient is not able to extract data without SecretLayer. Thats why you can use one serial number on two computers - your's and recepients computer.
Easysector - Nov 13 2013 at 6:57am Copy Link
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Matt Hi Dmitry.

I sent you (support) the email to request my new serial number. I sent the original request through your support web site form, so I'm not sure how a spam filter was a factor.

After several months with it being disabled, I'll sure be looking forward in using SecretLayer Pro again!

I hope this new serial number will remain valid for all of your future releases.

Thank you.
Nov 13 2013 at 1:41pm Copy Link
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Tiberius problems with shareit again!
They say:
Your order has been received and is being verified by our team. Your order will be processed asap, but in no case will it take more than 12 hours.
Please do not resubmit your order until we have contacted you. If you chose to pay using a credit card, this could lead to multiple charges.
Forgetit would be a better name for their service!
I will go to bed soon, go to work tomorrow, and be back here in 24 hours.
The deal will be finished.
Thank you shareit
Apr 9 2014 at 5:58am Copy Link
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Greg Newell Transaction worked great for me. Took all of 5 minutes.(used paypal). Software works exactly as expected. Note that if you want to send encrypted document to someone else, you'll need two copies of this software... One for the sender and one for the receiver. If you're encrypting documents for your own purposes, you'll only need a single copy. Also, make sure you remember the encryption method you used. If you forget, you'll be going through trial and error until you get the right one to work on the un-encrypt process. So if your using this between two parties, I'd recommend you both agree on the encryption methods ahead of time.

Question for the developer: What effect on the image does each encryption method have? Other than level of security, is there any reason to choose a specific encryption method?
Apr 9 2014 at 8:43am Copy Link
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Avatar Is this for the Pro version? Thanks.

Never mind, I figured it out on my own after visiting your site, which I should have done before posting this question... Sorry about that.
Apr 9 2014 at 4:12pm Copy Link
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marko ifebo Les liens inscrits sur la commande ne renvoient que sur une erreur 404 !
Aurais-je la version pro si je télécharge le logiciel depuis le site http://www.steganographypro.com/ ?
Je suis allé voir et la version pro est en téléchargement séparé.
J'ai l'impression de m'être fait avoir ?
Apr 10 2014 at 2:39am Copy Link
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Avatar Still unable to get my PayPal payment confirmed... looks like you're losing out on a sale because of problems with the service you're using. Too bad, the software looked interesting and I looked forward to trying it out.
Apr 10 2014 at 4:06am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Avatar - I am sorry about the delay. We've just contacted the vendor to help further with the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 10 2014 at 4:38am Copy Link
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Avatar @Constantin Florea, thanks, but I've tried 3x and they claim they can't verify payment each time. Not too optimistic they'll get it sorted as it's all on their end.
Apr 10 2014 at 12:47pm Copy Link
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marko ifebo The links listed on the command only return a 404 error !
I have the pro version if I download the software from the http://www.steganographypro.com/ site ?
I went and the pro version is a separate download.
I feel I have done ?
Apr 10 2014 at 3:29pm Copy Link
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Greg Newell Marko, just download the trial on BitsDuJour and activate with the code you got from the purchase. I had the same problem. That solved it.
Apr 10 2014 at 5:48pm Copy Link
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VLM Just curious ... what's the difference between Easysector and Stegosaurus? :)
Apr 11 2014 at 1:51am Copy Link
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