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Most of the operating systems offer a built-in feature for hiding files but they are usually not regarded as an effective solution. While many other free software let you hide or encrypt files, JPGFileBinder hides them in a regular picture file. When somebody opens that picture, it opens like a regular image, however, when opened with a compression software like WinZip or 7-Zip, the files behind the image can be accessed.

You can choose any image to associate files with as long as it is a JPG. No risk of somebody stumbling upon your hidden files and no complex encryption and decryption to take care of. It is a great tool that can protect your files from unauthorized access without making the process complicated.

hide files in pictures

Features:

  • Hide files in images.
  • The JPG would open like a regular image.
  • To access files, open JPG with a compression software.
  • No encryption/decryption to deal with.

Download JPGFileBinder from Softpedia

  1. Hashimx10
    August 31, 2016 at 3:10 am

    if something is encrypted, that means it should be 100% password protected and fully blended and unrecognizable by any other software,,,but maybe some kind of image editing software can cut of that data, because it's not related to image at all, but maybe not?!?!

  2. Jef
    March 18, 2015 at 7:53 am

    I binded a Jpeg file with a .exe file and i sent to another computer, but it did not execute the exe file remotely, only the jpeg file opened, even on my system the same thing happened, only the jpeg file opened, is this how it works? what could be the problem?

  3. David
    June 7, 2010 at 8:48 pm

    Hello,
    I have a few questions. You say that the photos are NOT encrypted which makes me wonder if this means that it is accessible by anybody with a compression program. You also don’t describe if there’s a file limit, or if more than one JPG can be tagged with the notes. For my purposes, sometimes more than one picture is needed to describe the same project. A third concern is how complicated the process it is to open the file. For example, does one need to decompress and then recompress each time we want to update notes? Thanks in advance for your help.

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