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How to avoid images does not appear on google reverse search?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by rajiced, Jan 15, 2017.

  1. rajiced

    rajiced Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I have 100 images I just removed all exif data but while reverse searching on google show the original image !!

    Any good way to make it unique so it does not show source on reverse search?

    Thanks
     
  2. troin

    troin Junior Member

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    You can do that with a robots.txt file. Place the following robots.txt file in your server root:

    Code:
    User-agent: Googlebot-Image
    Disallow: /
     
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  3. rajiced

    rajiced Junior Member

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    I mean not with website

    I want the images to be unique and does not appear on reverse search in google when I gave them to people
     
  4. troin

    troin Junior Member

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    Sorry mate I don't understand what are you trying to do, give us more information. Those 100 images are all yours and unique or they're stolen from other websites?
     
  5. rajiced

    rajiced Junior Member

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    Dude I have 100 pics scraped from internet (not stock pics) for client, I want to make it unique so it cannot be found on using google reverse search
     
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    Lunaaa Elite Member

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    Ah so what he wants. He's using someone else's images and is infringing on them. He doesn't want to get caught so he wants to change it so when they reverse Google Image search for the original image, their image can't be found.
     
  7. troin

    troin Junior Member

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    I think you can't fully hide the images. Google uses pattern recognition and advanced "deep learning" technology for their reverse image search. Even if you delete the metadata of the images, they can still find it.
     
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    datsunguy Supreme Member

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    i Believe this is the case the only way to hide the images is too distorted them to a point that they wont be recognized by the system, but at that point they are useless.

    i think even a partial photo can be traced to the full pic.
     
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    RoiBox Regular Member

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    Rename, crop 1px, optimize it, and you almost everytime block reverse tracking, that's the way I do it. Works 99.9% of the time..
     
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    troin Junior Member

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    With their pattern/face recognition techonogly they can even trace a photo to a full name of the person on the photo, haha.

    Try to reverse search this meme:
    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/13/e0/ce/13e0cef23c4323e8d32be0e6322be99a.jpg
     
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  11. rajiced

    rajiced Junior Member

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    I removed exif, cropped 20%, renamed but still google detects ;)
     
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    larrydetuvi Regular Member

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    Put up cheessy filters all over, resize to change ratios, crop a bit, and reverse search wont find a thing.
     
  13. RoiBox

    RoiBox Regular Member

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    Ok, strange works for me most of the times .. Hmm ..
     
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    Well he probably posted the image once where it cropped and it recognized it and now he changed it but it hasn't been indexed.

    He probably just has to wait for Google to recrawl it
     
  15. rajiced

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    Not exactly ........what I mean is google reverse search image algorithm is fantastic, it can detect the image even its modified