Today I added an experimental Privly Application, "SplitImage," that encrypts and decrypts images in the browser without ever sending the decrypted image to a third party. You can see the SplitImage app at work in the two screen captures below. In the first image you see an image of the Lincoln Memorial injected into the context of a Google Chat application. This image was decrypted in the client using AES256, which is a strong symmetric key cipher. Without actively attacking their users, Google is unable to see this image.
The app converts and interacts with images in an encoded text