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I am currently on Parrot Linux and have an image has a hidden steganographic inside.

I know I need to decode it with Steghide in the Parrot Terminal.

I also know that I will find out what the hidden steganographic data (that with be extracted to a .txt file) with this command:

steghide extract -sf IMAGE.jpg -p PASSPHRASE

The question is, using a command that steghide provides... how would I get the PASSPHRASE to find the hidden message within the image jpg?

Oh also, I know the seed is Found (possible) seed: "b40d0b29" - now I am not sure what that means and if that can assist me in anyway, but I thought I'd drop that here just in case.

Thanks all!

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