The Privacy Tool

The Privacy Tool is an elegant encryption utility that allows for storage and transmission of information in an undetectable manner. The program conceals text inside bitmap images, which may be kept for personal use or passed to another party if information exchange is the desired usage.

The Privacy Tool provides ultimate encryption solution for those who are extra vigilant about their privacy. This tool not only makes your words impossible to break into, but also hides away the very fact the text has been concealed at all.

The program will work for 10 days/20 starts and then if you would like to continue using it you are asked to pay $US49.95 for one licence.

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Program Strengths

  • Use of top encryption ciphers
  • First encrypted then hidden
  • Encrypted points key dependent
  • Encryption non-breakable
  • Encryption not detectable
  • Simple and Intuitive to use

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An Example

Right click the image to the right and save it to your computer. Download the programme and use the following key to decrypt the text hidden in the image:

key:      Unbreakable and so much fun to use

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I am a worthy person

The concept of personal privacy is a bit of a mystery. While everybody understands its general meaning the deep psychological roots of it escape an immediate grasp. It is quite apparent that the human species differs in the respect of personal privacy from the rest of the animal kingdom. However, why and how humans discovered privacy is not obvious.

The notion of natural selection is not of immediate help as for example, it is not abundantly clear why evolution would encourage people to discover peepholes, so to invade other people’s personal space.

The old scripts associate privacy with knowledge and the ability to judge. There is also a strong association between privacy and sexuality. This seems to be a more fertile soil to explore. 
There are two major topics associated with privacy. The first is sexuality which is instinctively perceived as personal. The other is knowledge which is associated with value and represents personal wealth. Both are distinctive features that belong to humanity and are not otherwise manifested within the animal kingdom.

In general, sex is perceived by humans as a private affair. Sometimes there is an exception to this. In the older days, newly wedded were supposed to have intercourse while being watched by witnesses. But that was to certify the consumption of marriage and was seen more in the context of a legal requirement than as a privacy infringement. Nowadays having intercourse in public is seen as a punishable offence.

Animals on the other hand do not perceive copulation as a private affair. This is evident when observing a flock of sheep which do not seek exclusion when copulating. In general, birds do not exchange sperm through an act of intercourse, as it would be technically impossible due to the lack of genitals. Instead, a hen crouches while the cock mounts her and rocks quickly from side to side while flapping its winds above its head. This is quite a feast to watch as the degree of balance the cock has to demonstrate is astonishing. At the culmination of the act, the cock leaves its semen on top of hen’s feathers, which she transports with the use of her beak onto her cloaca. This act is not performed in private as can be seen in the case of pigeons and chickens.

So why do people seek privacy when having intercourse and why do people seek to cover with clothing? This is not just because of the desire to be warm as otherwise all the summertime beaches would be occupied by nudists. 
The other aspect of personal privacy is associated with knowledge. In this respect possession of information is linked to the value of a person. As a comparison, possession of information can be seen as corresponding to some lavish clothing which also signifies importance. While clothing is an external representation of merit, knowledge corresponds to internal worth.

This brings this discourse back to the notion of distinguishing the good from the bad, and to the subsequent recognition of worth, and the resultant intention to preserve it. Thus, a person who is of high worth would appreciate this fact and would seek to protect and defend it. Such a person would be particular about the external image, which in part is visible through clothing. But while being aware of it they would not want to lose it. Therefore, such a person would protect both the external image and the information he or she is privy to.