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Image MD5 generator?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by iamNOBODY, Mar 26, 2016.

  1. iamNOBODY

    iamNOBODY Junior Member

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    Is there a program or online platform out there where I can upload an image and it will spit out X amount of images back that have diff md5 tags? I basically want to upload the 'same' photo over and over again multiple times a day without getting banned on IG. I'd rather not open the image 10000 times and add like a dot or change a pixel manually, so if anyone knows of a program that can do this that would be great!

    Any advice is appreciated!

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  2. wl3hacker

    wl3hacker Junior Member

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    I'd like to know that also.
     
  3. Repulsor

    Repulsor Power Member

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    Its not that hard to make a PHP script that will work web based to which you can upload an image, and it will programatically add random pixels here and there and spits out images with entirely different md5 hashes.
     
  4. HoNeYBiRD

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    I think there's none, there are different tools to change the MD5 in mass of already existing images, here's one for instance: http://imristo.com/hash-manager-change-the-hash-of-any-file/. The problem with every one of them (at least out of those that i tried), that they don't randomly generate the hash, they follow some kind of pattern. So if you have let's say 100 copies of the same image, all 100 have the same MD5 hash of course, now if you run them through a mass MD5 changer, the MD5 will change, but the new MD5 will still be the same of all the 100 images.

    Editing the picture also changes the MD5, you just need to figure out something to mass edit them slightly differently like adding different invisible watermarks, i think that should do the trick, there are bulk watermarking tools, so it shouldn't be a problem.