I know the questions regarding Protecting Code / Images / Right Click causes teeth to grind here, but a little different request.
I have a simple One.htm page linked below. Please visit and press the Open Button for a pop-up One_a.htm. (The Start/Stop/Reset Buttons Have nothing to do with this exercise).
Please hack the page to get my Valued Image / Valued Code / Valued Text.
THEN, please explain to me how you did it and if there are additional ways to prevent what you did.
TIA For your insights!
06-18-2002, 04:53 PM
Well the only way i got in :thumbsup:
I went to the page, I saved it to my computer, then I opend it into notepad removed what i didn't like:p and then uploaded it to my server and took whatever i wanted.
I hope I've helped in any way :D:D:D:D
Okay! One hole filled. I am assuming just adding a Default.htm will stop the file download. The JS include is a good idea as well.
Any suggestions are appreciated. Not that I have any great code, just want to find out from the real programmers here just how far protetction like this can go.
06-18-2002, 05:38 PM
/me just a went® to the page...
just a clicked® on your 'open' button...
n' just a rightclicked® n' saved...smile28.gif
n' just a rightclicked® one more time n' selected...view source... n' :O))) sawww it alll...
http://www.houseofproctor.com/lessons/one.htm, line 19:
<!C- Start Popup Window
http://www.houseofproctor.com/lessons/one.htm, line 40:
<!C- Stop Watch
http://www.houseofproctor.com/lessons/one.htm, line 125:
Reset is not defined.
n' thatttts just a viewing® your site in netscrap4.7 ...win98SE
06-18-2002, 05:40 PM
/me seems to just a remember® ifin' you just a save® the page??? in ie??? thennn you get alll the js/images to go with the page...
06-18-2002, 06:56 PM
Justa, I used IE 5.5 and i never got the .js files, ??? is it my browser or is it just ----- weird things hehehehe:D:D
Thx Justame.. Looks like nothing in the page is good for Netscape... Hmmmmmm! Especially, the right clik copy etc.
Thx for your time.
06-18-2002, 07:56 PM
I cant help noticing that in your HTML you put <header>, me thinks that should just be <head>... ;)
Yep..Just a typo on that opening page. :thumbsup:
06-18-2002, 08:38 PM
Sorry, but when I look at the browser cache in IE, I can see several .js files lying there. Those cached files make hiding content more than a little difficult. :(
06-18-2002, 11:06 PM
It's not bad but at what cost? Are you planning on using this on an image site?.
In IE I screen captured with PSP. In NN4 and Opera6, save as.
06-18-2002, 11:30 PM
There is a SIMPLE way that you can download .js files.
1) Veiw the scource
2) Goto a WISIWIG editer
2) get the location of the .js file (you may have to add the website address)
3) get that address in a hyperlink.
4) back click and say download
06-19-2002, 12:48 AM
used IE 5.5
/me just a uses® ie5...errr just a rephrasing® that...'has' ie5...doesnt just a use® it much...hehehe...
06-19-2002, 01:43 AM
Just enter this into the address bar:
06-19-2002, 02:47 AM
You can't protect source code. Period.
Thx for the replies on this thread. As many have pointed , there is not a complete way to "hide" or "protect" code, images etc. As has been pointed out in many other threads regarding this topic.
I just wanted the info on how different techniques are used to view source files etc. Particulrlly on images!
End Of Subject!:thumbsup:
06-19-2002, 03:54 PM
All I did was press CTRL+N in the fullscreen window (I'm using IE6 in W98SE)