Protecting Web Pages
Web pages can be protected by using either CopySafe Web or the ArtistScope Site Protection System (ASPS). However ASPS is very much more secure because it does not rely on normal web browsers that have been purposely designed to expose web content.
CopySafe Web Protection
CopySafe Web provides the most secure copy protection for images because with image encryption and domain lock, your images are safe even from your staff and web master, and while on display they are protected from all methods of copy including Print Screen and screen capture software. The CopySafe Web plugin is the only method that can prevent screen capture. Other solutions promising grab protection are either only disabling hot keys or are just trying to detect some known capture programs. Such tricks may fool naive and unwary visitors, but anyone renaming the executable of any screen capture program will be free to copy as they please. Click for more info on CopySafe Web Protection.
Controlling Copy In Popular Web BrowsersMost web browsers have been designed to be popular and in doing so provide the means for anyone to easily identify media with various options to copy, capture, download and forward it to others. To maintain user-friendly sites, most webmasters leave access open to a user's favorite web browser. Consequently, enforcing copy protection for web pages becomes a most difficult task and relying on normal browsers only invites exploits. To properly protect web pages you need to restrict access to a web browser that has been properly designed to protect web content.
The ArtistScope Web Browser
The protection provided for web content by the ArtistScope Web Browser in comparison to every other web browser is incomparable because popular web browsers are designed for the very opposite of roles by exposing web content to every means and device for copying known to man. ASPS provides the best solution for copy protecting all web content:
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