ArtistScope Web Encrypt is an online page maker and encryption tool for installation onto any web site that has ASP and Access or MS-SQL database support. Create and encrypt new web pages from your web site with a sophisticated inbuilt html editor.
Description: ArtistScope Web Encrypt is an online page maker and encryption tool for installation onto any web site that has ASP and Access or MS-SQL database support. Create and encrypt new web pages from your web site with a sophisticated inbuilt html editor.
The main advantage of using ArtistScope Web Encrypt is that usually one has to encrypt their web pages offline because their encryption software only runs on their local computer. Then you have to upload the encrypted web pages which becomes an even bigger chore when you want to make even the smallest modification. But with ArtistScope Web Encrypt your editing is performed online, from your web site, and the page is saved directly to your database online. So when you want to make even the smallest change to a page, you simply open it online in the page editor, make your changes online and then save it back to your database, enabling you to make quick changes within seconds instead of taking several minutes.
Because the HTML will not display then any links pointing to images and other media files are also protected and cannot be downloaded... that is until you allow the page to download and decrypt to display is original form. ArtistScope Web Encrypt does not require DLLs to be installed on the web or the server. For your installation and management all that you need is a web site on a Windows web server with ASP support.
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