WEBLOK: Security for your Web Site
WEBLOK permits only those WWW browsers that have a proper WEBLOK (a parallel-port "dongle") installed to access portions of your web site.
Web pages protected this way are encrypted when your server sends them to a browser, and only a browser with the proper WEBLOK attached can decrypt the pages and display them.
Typical customers of WEBLOK are publishers of on-line newsletters, providers of high-value data, and sites offering remote course instruction, etc. Each of these business models requires more than just having a browser user enter a name and password, since there is no way to control to whom the user can give this information.
Stay tuned here for an updated web site that illustrates the use of WEBLOK, including a simulated weblok decoder that can run on any browser that understands JAVA.
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Most recent revision was: March 5, 1997
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Webmeister Jerry Schneider
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