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John Graham-Cumming’s new jeaig (jgc’s email address image generator) service seems to work just fine. The background of the image changes every time it loads. It would be great to be able to pass foreground and background color definitions so that the image could fit into a specific web site’s design. Or maybe some options could be defined when setting up the original image.

There is obviously a time stamp involved in where the background of the image is generated. I had several commands on a page, but the image returned was always the same. So here are a couple of static examples. Note the @ and . are sometimes obscured as well.

The first 11 characters of the returned image filename are always the same: UmFuZG9tSVa. And the length of the returned hash varies. An interesting project.