EXIF Eraser

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EXIF Eraser

#1 Post by Wolfghost » Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:05 pm

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Free EXIF Eraser is a free lightweight software that allows you to easily and effectively delete entire EXIF/IPTC/XMP information from image files. All you have to do is simply select a directory containing image files and EXIF eraser will erase all the EXIF data from the files in this directory.

Free EXIF Eraser deletes EXIF information without doing any damage to the contents of the original image file, so you don't have to worry your image data is being changed.

Free Exif Eraser is:
Free
Keeps the original content of your image
Erase EXIF/IPTC/XMP information
Easy to use
Lightweight
Needs no installtion
Portable
Runs on Windows XP/Windows Vista/7 32 and 64-bit

http://www.exiferaser.com/

Not tested!!

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Re: EXIF Eraser

#2 Post by webfork » Thu Feb 13, 2014 3:58 pm

Is it better than Stripper?

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Re: EXIF Eraser

#3 Post by joby_toss » Fri Feb 14, 2014 5:45 am

The 64 bit version was Portable (no settings) in my test.

I use Exiv2 (command line) for this task: http://www.exiv2.org/

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Re: EXIF Eraser 1.1

#4 Post by smaragdus » Wed Oct 12, 2016 10:59 am

EXIF Eraser web-site is down, it can be accessed via the the internet archive.

direct download links for EXIF Eraser version 1.1
x32 version (exiferaser32.zip)
x64 version (exiferaser64.zip)

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EXIF Eraser at Softpedia
EXIF Eraser at AlternativeTo

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EXIF Eraser is portable and stealth- it saves no settings.
In my tests EXIF Eraser worked fine- it stripped off the EXIF information and created back-ups of original images (backup sub-folder created inside the processed folder) yet it the information it showed was not true (Cleaned exif: 0, Files with no Exif: 24- see the image above).
Softpedia provides own download links for EXIF Eraser.
Total Exif Annihilator discussed here is a tool with similar capabilities.

file information

EXIF Eraser version 1.1 x32:
Name: exiferaser32.zip
File Size: 852038 Byte(s) (832.07 KB)
Modified Date: 2016-10-12 20:41
MD5: 554eeded7a2f91ac2969d2ab0e405d40
SHA1: c4e9c60c5eb8a3f7f9b06921dd4d7726f68e52e0
SHA256: 7f92bdf45dfc209a8201dffabc06ba6e08c4b84bf5efab40854e7f48e172b002
CRC32: a168480e
VirusTotal analysis - Detection ratio: 0 / 56

EXIF Eraser version 1.1 x64:
Name: exiferaser64.zip
File Size: 1038607 Byte(s) (1014.26 KB)
Modified Date: 2016-10-12 20:41
MD5: 3eeb4d523be53df2872f9c4167046e5d
SHA1: a522d34c694b280c9d63f3246f9708f75a13ebab
SHA256: 8b906e386b4a5b14e14d1d41d98960dca544628ffbbe88dfe6949041a02e6cc8
CRC32: fb81689e
VirusTotal analysis - Detection ratio: 0 / 56

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Re: EXIF Eraser

#5 Post by webfork » Wed Oct 12, 2016 3:22 pm

Very cool, thanks for digging that up.

EDIT: strangely you can only drag-and-drop whole directories, not individual files.

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