This morning I knocked out an image anti-copying script using mostly PHP but with JS, CSS and flash as well.
It's going to be used in a few premium content sites and the purpose is to hinder most web users from copying the images or discovering the media location for url browsing.
There's some crafty coders in here, so I was wondering if you could have a go at trying to get a copy of the image onto your hard drive. If you manage that, could you please post how you did it, so I can try and plug any holes I missed.
Webpage image protection script
For advanced FF users, the final version of the script will run on https and you wont be able to save from the media tab. The image doesn't seem to cache in the browser.memory.cache over https.
Screenshots won't work straight off the bat either.