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Roxanne Posted - 28/11/2022
We would like to protect Moodle content what should we do?
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Admin Posted - 28/11/2022
For the popular CMS like Moodle, WordPress, Drupal and Joomla site owners can use the ASPS Tag Management plugin to nominate which pages are to be protected. See

No plugin download is required for your users, but they do need to use the ArtisBrowser because normal web browsers cannot protect anything.
Roxanne Posted - 28/11/2022
Yes, we do have a virtual server. How can we add protection to only the pages inside our courses?

Will our students have to download a plugin to view the protected videos?
Admin Posted - 28/11/2022
If you have your web site on a dedicated or virtual server, one where you have admin rights, you can use the ArtistScope Site Protection System (ASPS) which will copy protect any and all media that you can display on your web pages. ASPS provides the best copy protection from all avenues of exploit including save, download, screen shots and video recorders, and visitors can use all devices including Windows, Mac, Android, iPhone and iPad.

For more info and demos see

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