How can I "hide" a file inside a picture?

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  1. JIMIneitor

    JIMIneitor Banned

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    I mean, not hide, like in the other tons of tutorials out there, but "hide" in some way that when the visible file is opened, the other one too.

    I want to make a prank to one of my friends!!

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    Also, how can I, using a DOS command link a file to Windows startup programs?

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    like when you click a picture it runs a program? Because you used to be able to do that in windows but not anymore
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    exactly, i want it to be linked to the file, just like a little virus!

    ahm, i dont want to harm anyone, just wanna piss off a friend

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    too bad it cant be done on windows, what about linux?
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    Err, make a .bat file, do whatever the hell you want with batch, add run (or start or open, whichever it is) -insert picture location here, starting with c:-.

    Name the .bat file something like "Picture.png". It should be Picture.png.bat now. It will open the picture and execute batch commands.
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    fantastic!!


    can you get rid of the .bat extension somehow?
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    hiding it...
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    JIMIneitor Banned

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    doh, true

    you may find me annoying but, is there anyway you can use cd, to change to the directory where the .jpg.bat file is located?

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