The JPG image is given by the server as a transparent GIF 1x1 px


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For the first time in my practice, faced with such a problem:
On the server is the image in JPG format, say, 100x100 px. If this image used via a browser, the output we get a GIF image 1x1 px. If again to pick up on a local machine via FTP — everything opens as it should. Server nginx. Law — 644.
In fact the essence of the question — maybe someone knows why this could happen?
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It may well be that this, again, is Kaspersky. We have to see it in the logs.
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Options:
– bannergatta in the browser.
– bannergatta in the local Fairvale;
– bannergatta on the proks.
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