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Raphaël Rigo
Protip: when sending documents with personal data, mark them with this script so they can't be easily used for identity theft: convert -density 150 -fill "rgba(255,0,0,0.25)" -gravity Center -pointsize 80 -draw "rotate -45 text 0,0 \"$2\"" "$1" "$3"
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Dan Lousqui Oct 7
Replying to @_trou_ @Hydraze
Si une CNI watermakée comme ça est acceptée par la personne à qui on va l'envoyer... Elle sera aussi acceptée par la personne qui la recevra de quelqu'un souhaitant voler l'identité. (Sinon, joli snippet, à garder dans un coin :-) )
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Raphaël Rigo Oct 8
Replying to @danlousqui @Hydraze
L'idée est que s'il vole un jeu de données, le malfaiteur utilisera probablement plus les documents non marqués.
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Raphaël Rigo Oct 8
Replying to @Topnationalstor
Il faut imagemagick :
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Gerasymchuk Nazar Oct 9
Replying to @_trou_
Really useful script! Done some more changes to use it easily:
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Raphaël Rigo Oct 9
Replying to @troyane
Excellent !
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Aaron (オクヨ) Toponce ⚛️☸️ Oct 7
Replying to @_trou_
FYI about the positional parameters: $1 = source file $2 = watermark text $3 = destination file EG: $ convert -density 150 -fill "rgba(255,0,0,0.25)" -gravity Center -pointsize 80 -draw "rotate -45 text 0,0 \"TESTING\"" source.png destination.png
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Raphaël Rigo Oct 7
Replying to @AaronToponce
Thanks for the details. Oh and since it uses ImageMagick, it works on basically all formats: PNG, JPG, PDF, etc.
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Max Oct 7
Replying to @_trou_
Looks like the watermark can easily be removed in ps in just a minute with the healing brush. So it won’t really save you from someone using your scans.
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Raphaël Rigo Oct 8
Replying to @zenwalker
Of course, the goal is to incentive the malicious actor to use others' docs ;)
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