Insert Secure Image Pro encrypted images to pages and posts from your WordPress page editor that are supported across all web browsers on all operating systems, ie: Windows, Mac and Linux. Hand-held devices that can use Java will also be supported.
- Easy install.
- Upload and embed encrypted images using WordPress native media tools.
- Insert encrypted images into posts or pages using a media button.
- Images are displayed in a security applet supported on all computers.
- Ability to set varying levels of protection per page or post.
- Control which web browsers can access your protected pages.
- Checks for Java version and redirects for updates and install.
- Manage settings to control image display options.
- Domain locked images are safe from spiders and even your Webmaster.
- Page is also protected from right-click and drag-drop save of all media.
- Supported in all web browsers.
- Supported on Windows, Mac, Linux and handheld devices that use Java.
More information and online demos can be seen at the Secure Image Protection website.
You can see this plugin and our other WP copy protection plugins at our WordPress demo site.
** Implementation **
Click on the [S] media button above a post to upload and embed Secure Image Pro encrypted images into your current post or page. When inserting an encrypted image obj, the necessary shortcode is automatically inserted into the post editor.
You can upload new image class files or select from a list of already uploaded class files. After selecting an image class file you can then set the security options to apply to the page such as:
- Include Java version detection
- Enable or disable use of the keyboard
For more information visit the Secure Image plugin page at ArtistScope.
Secure Image was specially designed to display encrypted images on web pages for all computers. A most versatile yet sophisticated image protection solution that anyone can use.
- The Secure Image converter is available as Windows desktop software.
- Converter can be run by Command-line on Windows computers and servers.
- Custom DLLs are available to interface command-line with web page scripts.
While Secure Image provides the most sophisticated image encryption with domain lock, it cannot provide protection from PrintScreen or screen capture. However other solutions are available from ArtistScope that do provide such protection from all copy including capture, such as CopySafe Web Protection which is specially designed for images, CopySafe PDF Protector which is specially designed for PDF documents and the ArtistScope Site Protection System (ASPS) uses a secure web browser that is properly designed to protect web media rather than expose it. Each of these solutions have WordPress plugins or widgets available for easy integration into your WordPress project.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Upload the “wp-secure-image” folder and its contents to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Create a new folder at “/wp-content/uploads/secure-image/”
- Set write permissions on this new folder
- Check and modify the default settings to suit your pages
- You can now add Secure Image Pro images using its media button above the post editor
- Which web browsers are supported by this plugin?
All popular web browsers are supported on all platforms including Windows, Mac and Linux (100% of net users).
- What can be done about Print Screen and screen capture?
Nothing that will work on all platforms because itís not possible to control capture without using system level plugins and that is only possible on Windows. However if you are happy to provide support for Windows computers only then there are several more secure options available (safe from PrintScreen and screen capture) from ArtistScope that are also available as WordPress plugins.
You have to install Java to get this plugin to work. Maybe your images are secured but anything else not, since Java is a security risk for your whole system.
They say that their site uses this “technology”, however I’ve been successful at copying multiple whole site pages (now in trash as it was only a test). They posted directly to dev server (local host) without any problems and displayed just fine.
I suppose if I really wanted to acid test this, I could put it on a real site, up on the internet, and test it’s functionality. but that would be in violation of their copyright for their content and their images.
For me, I have successfully proved that this “technology” is not worthy of taking up space on my server and am going to pass on this plugin.
I’ll stick to more traditional (ie: tested and proven) methodologies that really work.
Unfortunately does not work. Plugin will upload a class file, if you choose another file upload won`t work.
I especially like the Java detection option as most java detection scripts don’t work in all browsers, but this one does. Very professional.
A most sophisticated plugin that very much simplifies a task that few web designers could manage. Now using encrypted images in WordPress posts couldn’t be easier.
Contributors & Developers
“Secure Image Protection” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Revised folder location path.
- Upgraded security for upload.
- Tested for comptibility with WP 4.7.
- Tested for comptibility with WP 4.6.
- Removed Uploadify so that uploads now use WP upload functions.
- Detection update for Windows 10.
- Added selection for the ASPS web browser.
- ArtistScopeViewer.jar codesigned for 2015-2018.
- Tested for comptibility with WP 4.2.
- tested for comptibility with WP 4.1.
- Fixed bug found with some webhosts with limited support.
- Tested and verified on WordPress version 4.0
- Corrected upload form layout.
- Tested and verified on WordPress version 3.9.2
- Added alternative user check in case session logging not supported by webhost.
- Added settings option to allow uploads by admin only.
- Upload will progress only on same host IP.
- Referrer user agent must be Shockwave Flash
- Referrer url must match with the same script name.
- Save settings page options altered for show in smaller screens.
- No need to click “Insert File to editor” button after Save button clicked.
- Improved security to prevent remote execution.
- Simplified Java check. and redirection for download.
- Fixed security flaw in upload function.
- Tested and aproved for WordPress 3.9.
- Updated applet JAR file to comply with new browser security.
- Addedd new applet parameter for “permissions”.
- Added detection for Windows 8.1
- Removed dependency on wp-load.php
- Updated to support JQuery 1.8.
- Added Netscape Navigator browser option in default settings.
- Fixed bug with progress bar diisplayed when uploading.
- Added parameters to shorcode for editing of existing image inserts.
- Same images can be used on multiple posts with unique settings.
- Revised default settings options.
- Revised functions to comply with CodePlex recommendations.
- First release.