stegfs for Linux Publisher's description
from The stegfs Team
stegfs is a steganographic file system in userspace which uses the FUSE library.
stegfs is a steganographic file system in userspace which uses the FUSE library. Steganographic file systems are one step ahead of (or beyond) encrypted file systems as they aim to grant the user plausible deniability of the files within. It achieves this by becoming a lossy file system: writing a file to the file system may overwrite an existing file.
As stegfs has reached a stable state and is mostly feature complete. It allows reading and writing files (obviously), and various mechanisms for limiting the damage done to files as new files are added, yet it still retains its aura of deniability. Pre-built binary packages are usually available for Debian and RPM based distributions shortly after the latest source code is released. As always, the Git repository has the latest (but not always greatest) code we've committed.
System Requirements:Filesystem in Userspace
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall