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Images plagiarsim checker

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pomper, Apr 6, 2015.

  1. pomper

    pomper Newbie

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    Hello,

    How can I modify images so that it can not be detected by a plagiarism checker ?

    Best regards,
     
  2. Mercury_Hg

    Mercury_Hg Registered Member

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    Watermark layer, contrast adjustments, hue adjustments, cropping, padding, text captioning, logo placement, mirror imaging if possible, rotation, filters...
     
  3. pomper

    pomper Newbie

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    Hi,
    your proposed method does not work.
     
  4. godspeed007

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  5. pomper

    pomper Newbie

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    Yes, it shows. Do you know how to change structure of image that can not be detected.
     
  6. Mercury_Hg

    Mercury_Hg Registered Member

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    I've written image detection programs before and if the algorithm is decent enough, there's nothing you can do to hide the image. I don't know what the context is for this. What checker are you trying to get past?
     
  7. pomper

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    I try to get past any images checker, for example images google
     
  8. Mercury_Hg

    Mercury_Hg Registered Member

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    Where are you using the images?
     
  9. pomper

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    I use images on my website and do not want these images to be found on other websites.
     
  10. Mercury_Hg

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    Maybe try splitting them into smaller images... i.e. in a table have the left half and right half of an image together. Or draw them to a canvas element. I really can't think of anything else you can do.
     
  11. mrtwister_65

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    Do, what Mercury says... open image in photoshop, make some changes... then split image with Slice Tool to 5-6 small images... Not sure if G.'s algo got advanced, that it can read picture snapshots of the page...