AntiPhotoSpy 2012

Remove private information from photos. Did you know that each image carries text information along with its picture? Fast and easy to handle tool will help you to remove sensible information.

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.
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48 votes Vote

Add browse to single clean. Speed up search & clean its very slow. Correct wrong words used in advertising, it's a worry when the time is not taken to proof read an ad !

groomer, 23.07.2012, 08:55
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45 votes Vote

I think the program would be much more useful if you could specify folders to scan instead of the whole hard drive

I just got AntiPhotoSpy from giveawayoftheday I think the program would be much more useful if you could specify folders to scan instead of the whole hard drive - I don't need to know about every single pic on my hard drive, but only in certail fold
Matthew Timm, 23.07.2012, 12:09
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18 votes Vote

add cancel process support

maynak00, 23.07.2012, 15:25
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5 votes Vote

Need the option of what is removed. Some information kept is good.

Edmiester, 23.07.2012, 19:50
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Remove net framework installation process and integrate necessary structures into the program. Otherwise good program and good price.

louis, 23.07.2012, 17:23
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It finds the MetaData on the photos but there is a BUG that needs to be fixed.If you view the results first before deleting you get the error message-'Can not open file',you can't delete anything and you have to close down the program then start it u

Jeff Underwood, 23.07.2012, 17:38
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You can scan particular folders. Scroll down for the option.

Van, 24.07.2012, 01:13
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