Coldfusion strip images
Apparently there are still people who don't know about the metadata embedded with pictures and how they can be a risk. Fair enough - it's not like your camera typically warns you about this and if you don't know this stuff even exists, you can certainly understand how folks would be surprised when they found out. I thought this would be rather simple, but from what I can see, it is impossible. I did some Googling and discovered no solution at all. His solution involved using imagePaste to copy the bits to a new image. I thought - surely - this can't be the only solution - but when I switched to Java I saw people doing something similar.
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Remove EXIF data with ColdFusion
ColdFusion: Strip Image Tag Attributes from an Image Tag - Stack Overflow
You can perform a few common manipulation operations on ColdFusion images. The following example creates a ColdFusion image with a 5-pixel blue border:. The border is added to the outside edge of the source image. This increases the area of the image. The following example shows how to nest borders:.
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How to Remove All Tags in ColdFusion
We have a couple of customers that has user generated content, one problem we see here is that images that are posted often have wrong orientation. Has anyone extended image formtool to handle this? I think this should be a part of FarCry Core.
Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. The CMS allows the user to upload and include images its a blogging application. Just prior to writing the contents of the textarea to the database, I would like ColdFusion to do locate all the image tags, and to strip out any of the extraneous attributes beyond just the SRC. This ColdFusion exercise could be obviated if there were a way to tell YUI not to allow any image attributes, but I'm not sure if that's easily possible.
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