Encrypt codes and files into picture
codimage is a Python library that encrypts single / multiple text-transferable files, i.e. Python scripts, batch scripts and configuration files, into a single picture and protect your information with password.
Given a single / multiple files, a PNG image (your own selfies will also work!), and a user defined password, codimage will generate a PNG image that is nearly identical to the original one with all contents from the files to be encrypted into the pixels.
To decrypt and reverse back files from the code embedded image, user needs to use the original image and the correct password.
pip install codimage
Single file encryption
from codimage import codimage codimage = codimage.Codimage() codimage.encrypt(r"D:\dummy\dummy.png", r"D:\codes\test.py", r"D:\dummy\code.png", "P@ssw0rd1")
Multiple files encryption
assume files to be encrypted are in D:\codes folder
codimage.encrypt(r"D:\dummy\dummy.png", r"D:\codes", r"D:\dummy\code.png", "P@ssw0rd1")
assume files are to be exported to D:\export-codes
codimage.decrypt(r"D:\dummy\dummy.png", r"D:\dummy\code.png", r"D:\export-codes", "P@ssw0rd1")
After decryption, a folder named 'codimage-datetime' will be created in export-codes with all files inside
The software is under MIT License
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