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Anti-Forensics involves the use to tools and techniques used to frustrate a digital forensics investigation.

These techniques are designed to eliminate, alter, or disguise digital evidence in a manner that makes it challenging or impossible for forensic analysts to collect, analyze, or interpret it effectively. Anti-forensic methods can include data encryption, file obfuscation, data wiping, the use of steganography to hide data within other files, altering file timestamps to disrupt timeline analysis, and the use of sophisticated malware to compromise forensic tools.

The goal of anti-forensics is not only to protect information from unauthorized access but also to create a digital environment where forensic investigators are unable to ascertain the original actions or intentions of the user, thereby ensuring privacy or concealing illicit activities. As digital forensic techniques evolve to become more sophisticated, so too do the anti-forensic methods employed to counteract them, leading to a continuous cat-and-mouse dynamic between investigators and individuals seeking to evade detection.

Generate an Unlimited Amount of VeraCrypt Containers

The major goal of this software is to frustrate a digital forensics examination by overwhelming an investigator with encrypted containers.

LSB Steganography with Encryption in Python using PNG Files

This software implements LSB Steganography, as described and demonstrated in the link above, and in addition, message encryption. This way a user can encrypt their hidden message using Fernet, with a passphrase.

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Simple C# Timestomp

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