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AntiPhotoSpy 2012: Remove this hidden information to protect your privacy

Posted In Graphic, Security - By Techtiplib on Monday, July 23rd, 2012 With 1 Comment

Did you know that each image carries text information along with its picture? This information contains data about various things including the name of the application that you have used for editing the image (e.g. Photoshop) or the camera that you used for taking the photo or even the GPS location of the photo. AntiPhotoSpy can remove this hidden information (called EXIF/IPTC-META data) to protect your privacy. Fast and easy to handle. 

  • Simple: Automatic search of all photos and graphics with meta data.
  • Safe: Removes all types of meta data from your images.




With AntiPhotoSpy you can easily search on your computer in batch mode for photos and graphics with meta data and remove those sensitive data, also in one go. You can also simply store all your files without meta data in a separate folder.

Single cleaning

This feature allows you to select a single file and clean it from sensitive meta data.

View META-Data

You can open a photo or graphic and look at all the meta data stored behind the scene.

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