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Protect Images of the Flasget (add batch job)?
« on: January 11, 2004, 12:35:56 am »

If you have photos in you gallery, all can be stolen by flashget add batch job option, using (*) in this option, the question is...
Theres some method to solve that? Thnks
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Protect Images of the Flasget (add batch job)?
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2004, 01:10:23 am »

could you be more specific? Images can be "stolen" with a simple website copier like HTTrack as well. If you're afraid from leechers, don't use coppermine (or even worse: don't put up your content on the internet at all). There have been people thinking about using coppermine for a paid service (like many porn sites) - this is not recommended, as coppermine hasn't been built in a way to prevent people from leeching at all. You could add some protection mechanisms with webserver means (apache mods).

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Ok... but...
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2004, 03:48:11 am »

Protection = Less Bandwitch, no leech all at same time, dowload single photos with righ click ok, but all the photos with this method...
I think that protection for images will be a good option for coppermine...
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