<click to scramble
The Scrambler converts your image to a webp, generates a base64 string, replaces 2 random characters, and then renders a new png image for you.
Note - since webp images are a relatively new file format, using toDataUrl() on html canvases to export as webp is only supported on chrome desktop. I am working on finding a way to do this on mobile to make it more accessible. Also, while this works fine with most images, sometimes the website the image is on will not allow you to use it here due to a CORS/security violation (which I am not 100% what this means, but it is rather annoying.
The source for the example image can be found here