The ArtistScope Site Protection System (ASPS) provides the
most secure copy protection for web pages and is the only
solution recommended where the prevention of copy and
unauthorized redistribution is mission critical. Protect
images, html, source code, Flash, movies, PDF, database
records and other web content without data leakage and other
exploits enabled by modern web browsers. Fully compatible
with all web applications and programming languages.
The ArtisBrowser is used with ASPS and is the only web browser designed for and dedicated to the copy protection of web pages and embedded media. While displayed in the web reader's window, all web content is properly protected from every copy and save exploit known to man, effectively copy protecting everything and also preventing data leakage with a single solution that requires no special treatment of web page or media to employ.
When your visitor loads your landing page, it can be launched in the ArtisBrowser automatically and they can explore your protected pages until arriving at a link to an unprotected page, in which case the unprotected page will open in their default web browser. Under no circumstances can a normal web browser display a protected web page, ensuring that your html, source code, images and any other media embedded on the page such as Flash or video files are protected from all avenues of copying.
Whether you intend to add copy protection to new or existing web pages, all you need to do is provide a link to the web page, then as it loads in the ArtisBrowser it will automatically be copy protected. No special treatment is required of the page, however you may want to moderate the level of security employed, in which case all you have to do then is to add a new meta tag in between the page's head tags, or alternatively, set a policy in your DRM control panel. ASPS protection can be applied site wide, applied to specific folders or applied to individual web pages.
The ArtisBrowser can be downloaded here. Once installed, simply select a link on the reader's start page to explore some existing ASPS web sites.