encrypt sensitive image using password

read -s PASS; echo $PASS | convert sensitive.jpg -encipher - -depth 8 png24:hidden.png
Do not use JPEG, GIF, or any other 'lossy' image encoding with Encryption

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By: kev
2011-11-25 18:15:23

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to decrypt: echo pa33w0rd | convert hidden.png -decipher - sensitive.png
kev · 449 weeks and 2 days ago
How can I decrypt encrypted image ?
mesuutt · 449 weeks and 1 day ago
Now the password is in plain text in the history.
Fudo · 449 weeks and 1 day ago
Now it's not :-)
Fudo · 449 weeks ago
:)
mesuutt · 448 weeks and 3 days ago

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