A lot of times, we try to track user details by embedding an image in the email which is actually a script that does some logging before actually spitting out the image content. This is old-school.
'REMOTE_ADDR']; $B = $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']; $file = @fopen("details.csv", "a"); @fputcsv($file, [$IP, $B]); $im = imagecreatefromjpeg('my-actual-logo.jpg'); header('Content-type: image/jpg'); imagejpeg($im); imagedestroy($im);$IP = $_SERVER[
If you want to run an image file as a script before loading the actual image on the browser from the server, the suggested way of doing this is to get the .jpg extension run as PHP in .htaccess.
For example :
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .jpg
This is probably the most suggested way before, but registering all JPGs to run as PHP is not a great solution for just one or a few images. Also, AddHandler may not work in all setups. Another suggested method is to register just logo.jpg
<Files logo.jpg> # mod_php SetHandler application/x-httpd-php </Files>
<Files logo.jpg> # CGI SetHandler php-cgi </Files>
Again, due to security reasons, the above could be disabled.
So, instead rewrite logo.jpg to run logo.php. This is bound to work on all server setups.
RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^logo.jpg$ logo.php