Protecting web page media from copy and piracy while allowing access to popular web browsers has always been like filling a bucket that has a gaping hole in the bottom. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari are designed to be popular and to do that they have enabled their users to copy and collect web media by every means possible without any consideration for the protection of intellectual property or copyright. Popular browsers have always favored end users in preference to providing web designers with stability by conforming to accepted plugin architecture and HTML standards... "here for one version and gone the next" has always been par for the course.
Web Content Can Now Be Properly Protected
The ASPS Browser secures all
of the holes exposed by other browsers and the new version can be used on any
web site (no longer requires an ASPS server license). It can be used with any
existing web site and supports any and all copy protection solutions making it the
browser of choice where copy protection is paramount.
More Secure With Stable Support For All Web Protection
CopySafe Web and CopySafe PDF clients will be able to require that the ASPS browser be
used by visitors for their protected web pages, thus avoiding all of the pitfalls
encountered with other web browsers.
The add-on modules for adding and displaying CopySafe Web encrypted images on Moodle web pages have been revised. These modules are different for each version of Moodle and now support is available for Moodle 2.6 and the latest version 2.7.
The add-on modules for adding and displaying CopySafe PDF protected documents on Moodle web pages have been revised. These modules are different for each version of Moodle and now support is available for Moodle 2.6 and the latest version 2.7.
This new version resolves an issue encountered when updating/changing computer accounts. The DRM validation algorithm has been upgraded to provide more sophisticated usage reports plus new options for Ebook tokens for search, editing and account suspension.
Added alternative user check in case session logging not supported by the web host. Added settings option to allow uploads by admin only. Save settings page options altered for show in smaller screens. No need to click "Insert File to editor" after Save.
A new version of the ASPS Web Browser is available with improved support for Windows 8.1 on 64-bit computers. Also, protected sites can now be launched directly from the ASPS browser using site name search.
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