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In a case where images do not have a "save image as" option, would  "Inet etc. (from helpfile)"  be considered as bypassing security?

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Are you asking about forum rules?  Are you asking about acceptable use rules?  What rules are you referring to?

I don't understand your question.  How could using "Inet etc. (from helpfile)" ever be considered bypassing security?

Maybe you could provide a much better explanation of your question?

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Forum rules. Inetget (a website/an image, save as etc).

When it is a question of forum rules I am reluctant to post code, even if it is pretty much straight from the helpfile. If I post code then why ask? I have already posted it.

It deals with saving images that the site seemingly did not want you to save as there is no option for "save image".

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3 minutes ago, lorenkinzel said:

It deals with saving images that the site seemingly did not want you to save as there is no option for "save image".

If the site seems to have measures in place to actively prevent you from saving the image (due to copyright or other issues), then it would probably not be a good idea to ask how to get around those measures. When in doubt, read the acceptable use or TOS for the website.


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I was not going to ask about how to get around measures. I was considering posting a script that showed how to download images that do not have an option to save.

I have decided not to.

It seemed a bit odd to me that a 1 line script from the helpfile (inetGet) could seemingly violate forum rules. Thought I'd ask before posting.

I suppose the same line of code can be used for good or for evil depending on who's driving the car.

Thanks for your input.

 

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