Custom thumbnail exploit!

#1

as soon as i noticed the program files in the files app, i knew there would be a custom thumbnail exploit! here it is!

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#2

?

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#3

sorry, converting my video about it into a gif is proving difficult!

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#4

Oh,
There’s a Siri shortcut to convert it, but it has to be under 10 seconds (I think) or the gif won’t upload.

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#5

i used a general file converter to get the full length video, you will probably see it within one minute of this post.

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#6

oh, i’ll find a place to leave a link.

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#7

finally, I found a link!
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Xf0ymiwp2IqT3PNuoHkaYQhsoR5UaXPq/view?usp=drivesdk
(just transfer it to the files app first)

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#8

Wow, amazingly well done! I am going to see if I can transfer this into a Siri shortcut later (and give you credit of course).

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#9

It does show a name I think, in the link

But cool!

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#10

Great find! However, this goes away when you publish the project. I have experimented with this multiple times in the past to no success

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#11

It says I need permission. (Just use the website ezigif.com)

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#12

at least it makes it possible to get a general idea of what one of your drafts could be (if you have many of them). :wink:

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#13

A gif will be a good way to show it!

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#14

Yeah, depends on organization and how many drafts you have and named

#15

you can find a gif about this at:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Xf0ymiwp2IqT3PNuoHkaYQhsoR5UaXPq/view?usp=drivesdk

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#16

Good luck with figuring out the encryption for (project name ==> filename)
I have a Project called Penguin, and the filename is 10291mhrdd .

Edit: It could just as equally be random.

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#17

Well, I’m not sure if I can automate everything, the user might still have to input some things themselves. But I hope that most steps in this process can be automated! :slight_smile:

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#18

It still says I need access. And I don’t want to request it because it will show you my email.

#19

maybe you could get the user to upload the thumb file they want changed, and get the filename through that method!