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Posted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 2:25 pm   Post subject: data protection

When we publish the project ,zip and send to someone, they can access to all the data in the data folder, how can we protect the data from access?

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Posted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 8:11 pm   Post subject: Re: data protection

The best way to protect your content is to use an LMS and upload a course there.
Also domain restriction could be used when placing on LMS or even a regular HTML website.

A data folder cannot be protected, however, these separate files will be useless without the main player which could be protected with domain restriction option.

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Posted: Tue Oct 01, 2013 5:17 am   Post subject: Re: data protection

the other option you could try is publishing to an .EXE file. note that it is distinct from desktop(flash) and mobile(html5), because there are some unique limitations; since it renders the entire presentation into a native .EXE format (not an SFX archive!) it is extremely secure, however this security may come at the cost of lost functionality, depending on your objectives.
—HTML5 is out the window, since the whole idea of HTML5 is to be platform-independent, and .EXE files are client-dependent (and to a lesser extent platform-dependent).
—the vast majority of your end-users will have some sort of antivirus/antimalware solution, which may return a false positive on scanning your .EXE file (and you can forget about getting them onto a corporate intranet, unless their IT department is asleep at the controls).
—per the above, .EXE files are generally a no-no altogether except for "official channels", such as download links on reputable websites. other than that, most users know to stay away from them, and email services like hotmail don't even allow them as attachments anymore.

and i suppose the list goes on, but that should be enough to chew on for now. good luck with your publishing endeavors!

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Posted: Wed Oct 02, 2013 2:07 am   Post subject: Re: data protection

Mikhail & Brian,
thanks for the extra solution!
my only choice is HTML5 output, they want it to view in Ipad.

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