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Old 12-22-2007, 02:19 AM   #1
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Default Tutorial:The Ultimate way to hide files!!

So,you want to hide some files,you could make them hidden,but it still makes them easy to find,or you could bury them deep in the SYSTEM Folder,But they still are easy to find,With this method,nobody will be finding your files again!!!


You will need
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  • Any .JPG Image
  • Files to hide
Step 1:

Make a folder called X On your C:\ Drive and put you 'secret' files in there,and your JPG Image.

Step 2: Select your secret files and right click on them,select 7z,and then select 'add to archve'

Step 3:In the Archive name box,change it to x.7z.

Step 4: Rename your JPG Image too X.jpg.

Step 5: Open 'My Computer',and go to C,Right Click on your X folder,and select open command prompt here.

Step 6:

Copy and paste this code into the command prompt:

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COPY /B X.JPG + X.7z SECRETIMAGE.JPG
You can change SECRETIMAGE.JPG To Any name you want,aslong as you keep the .JPG at the end.


And Voila! You now have your hidden files in your photo.


Now your asking how do i get my files back out?


Right Click on your image,go down to '7-zip',and highlight 'Extract here'.






Hope this helps!!
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Old 12-22-2007, 02:23 AM   #2
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so ur saying that u can have like 500 photos in 'X' but one of them is full of.... yer, thats cool
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Old 12-22-2007, 02:32 AM   #3
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yeah,You can have 500 photo's,but one of them can be full of 'secret' files....
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yes "secret" wonder what i am are going to put in there
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Old 12-22-2007, 02:37 AM   #5
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hahahaha


Same use here.....
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You can also do this with WinRAR or any other type of file...
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cool i've gotta try this out!

first ill need something to hide...hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.....
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cool. I backed up some programs that my comp thinks are viruses. and it doesn't think they are now. sweet. +1
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You could call the folder X, or more appropriate to the curcumstances, XXX
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I don't need this! I have nothing to hide
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