What is the ASPS Demo Service?
The ArtistScope Site Protection System (ASPS) provides the most secure
copy protection for web sites on the planet. The ASPS server filter
encrypts web pages that only the
can decrypt and display. Especially designed for copy protected pages,
the ArtisBrowser, when used in conjunction with ASPS, provides the most secure copy protection
that cannot be exploited, even by packet sniffers (when SSL is used). The ASPS Server Filter can
be installed on any dedicated or virtual server, including both Linux (Apache) and Windows servers.
The ASPS Demo Service provides the means to view a test page on own web site via our ASPS server
mirror, to provide an example of how effective ASPS copy protection can
be on your web page.
You can evaluate the ASPS Demo for FREE for 14 days:
Note: if your test page does not use SSL then the links to CSS and JS files may be broken due to browser restrictions for cross site scripting.
ASPS Demo Service features:
Your ASPS Demo Service includes the following features:
- Create a copy protected mirror of a web page on your web
- Copy protect all media that can displayed on your test page.
More information on how these services work can be found in the User Guide.
See the Tutorial
Video for setting up WordPress (same for all popular CMS).
The pages to be protected need to be managed by referrer-checking to prevent
direct (unprotected) access. CMS like WordPress can use
our Check-referrer plugin to nominate which pages must use ASPS for access
(see below). The solution is not exploitable and also safe from packet-sniffers
if your web site uses SSL.
Unfortunately PDF cannot be protected, even when embedded on a web page,
while it can be displayed in the Adobe Reader. To properly protect PDF
displayed on web pages you can use CopySafe PDF.
Check-Referrer Plugins for CMS
Check-Referrer add-ons are available for ASP, PHP and the most popular
Content Management Systems (CMS) such as Drupal, Joomla, Moodle and WordPress.
Click for more info about CMS
Plugins for ASPS. See the Tutorial
Video for setting up WordPress (similar for all coded websites).