In order to see anything on the internet, you have an IP address that is assigned to your ISP, so technically anything that Stegenos or Anonyimizer sends to your IP, your ISP could technically see.
I believe that both programs encrypt the data though, which is decrypted on your local computer, which would make it clearly impossible for your ISP to understand. You may want to dealve deeper to see if it's true for either programs.
You may also want to give Tor a try, as that's a very quick immerging technology.
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