Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

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  1. #1
    The Shrewd Rey is offline
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    Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Right click disabling (Stealing safety)
    If you are aware of your cms getting ripped off heres the solution

    Code:
    				<!-- 
    				//Disable right click script 
    				//visit http://www.rainbow.arch.scriptmania.com/scripts/ 
    				var message="Sorry, right-click has been disabled"; 
    				/////////////////////////////////// 
    				function clickIE() {if (document.all) {(message);return false;}} 
    				function clickNS(e) {if 
    				(document.layers||(document.getElementById&&!document.all)) { 
    				if (e.which==2||e.which==3) {(message);return false;}}} 
    				if (document.layers) 
    				{document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEDOWN);document.onmousedown=clickNS;} 
    				else{document.onmouseup=clickNS;document.oncontextmenu=clickIE;} 
    				document.oncontextmenu=new Function("return false") 
    				// -->
    that should be in the footer.

    unless they use a winhttrack website copier.
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  2. #2
    ॐ.̲̲N̲̲E̲̲T̲̲ ̲̲D̲̲e̲̲v̲̲ שเ๒єtгเ๒є is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sector DUCT View Post
    If you are aware of your cms getting ripped off heres the solution

    Code:
    				<!-- 
    				//Disable right click script 
    				//visit http://www.rainbow.arch.scriptmania.com/scripts/ 
    				var message="Sorry, right-click has been disabled"; 
    				/////////////////////////////////// 
    				function clickIE() {if (document.all) {(message);return false;}} 
    				function clickNS(e) {if 
    				(document.layers||(document.getElementById&&!document.all)) { 
    				if (e.which==2||e.which==3) {(message);return false;}}} 
    				if (document.layers) 
    				{document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEDOWN);document.onmousedown=clickNS;} 
    				else{document.onmouseup=clickNS;document.oncontextmenu=clickIE;} 
    				document.oncontextmenu=new Function("return false") 
    				// -->
    that should be in the footer.

    unless they use a winhttrack website copier.
    there are many common protection methods that are not efficient at all. People can disable JavaScript, pressing F12 and tracking the images. Everything that has been uploaded is free to store on any drive, it's lost in the world wide web and will never stay protected anymore.

    There is an interesting fact I was reading in many threads where people asked to disable right click or other mouse functions. People disliked it. Specially the ability to mark text (that is useful for many people so they will not skip any text line) will be missed by many people, so they are saying they will leave any site that disables mouse function in any case instantly.

    At least and last, ripping a "CMS" is a controversial statement. The design (HTML) and client sided logic (JS) can be ripped, always. The "own written" server-sided mechanics behind it cannot be ripped as long as you stay secure. The only exception is your server sided code is ripped from open sources / templates. So a CMS source is available anywhere in any case.

    But you can do it a lot of harder for rippers like using canvas or flash. Flash that loads other content dynamically was the only protection I was too lazy to hack to get any image / video. However, it's exploitable, too. Specially the "Print"-Button trick for images.

    In conclusion, there is no protection for your CMS. The only way to stay on top is to be better and faster than others as well as never getting bored for your visitors ... staying alive, dude.
    Last edited by שเ๒єtгเ๒є; 16-12-13 at 09:12 PM. Reason: Adding the funny "Print"-Button trick :D
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    jk. Burblish is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sector DUCT View Post
    If you are aware of your cms getting ripped off heres the solution

    Code:
    				<!-- 
    				//Disable right click script 
    				//visit http://www.rainbow.arch.scriptmania.com/scripts/ 
    				var message="Sorry, right-click has been disabled"; 
    				/////////////////////////////////// 
    				function clickIE() {if (document.all) {(message);return false;}} 
    				function clickNS(e) {if 
    				(document.layers||(document.getElementById&&!document.all)) { 
    				if (e.which==2||e.which==3) {(message);return false;}}} 
    				if (document.layers) 
    				{document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEDOWN);document.onmousedown=clickNS;} 
    				else{document.onmouseup=clickNS;document.oncontextmenu=clickIE;} 
    				document.oncontextmenu=new Function("return false") 
    				// -->
    that should be in the footer.

    unless they use a winhttrack website copier.
    1. This is far from the solution. (Bypass-able via Ctrl+U) (Windows/Mac Auto-Ripping Stuff)
    2. >unless they use a winhttrack website copier.
    This is the reason why this solution will not work. Also, this is extremely annoying, due to the fact I use right click to open shit too a new tab. (Maybe, 0.01% effective against rips.)

    3. Ripping (on ragezone) usually happens only on Maple Section lol. So, this has no use here.

    Quote Originally Posted by שเ๒єtгเ๒є View Post
    In conclusion, there is no protection for your CMS. The only way to stay on top is to be better and faster than others as well as never getting bored for your visitors ... staying alive, dude.
    This is very true.


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    i liek pie iceblade112 is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Coooooool~
    Now, let's just go to the Chrome menu (or Firefox's Tool?) and select View Source or press F12!

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    Unknown marcuel is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    is this worked? i use some right-click protection, but when it comes to chrome it can right-clicked the code is useless on some chrome.

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    jk. Burblish is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    it's hella-annoying don't use it.


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    Account Upgraded | Title Enabled! Wire is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Agreed with Burblish. Once you put your CMS/Website online, anyone will be able to get it. Even if you disable right-clicking.

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    Unknown marcuel is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Quote Originally Posted by Wire View Post
    Agreed with Burblish. Once you put your CMS/Website online, anyone will be able to get it. Even if you disable right-clicking.
    so how i protect my source code?

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    jk. Burblish is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Quote Originally Posted by marcuel View Post
    so how i protect my source code?
    Honestly, there's no way. They will get it eventually. Since, many people use programs (HTTrack) or w/e to retrieve the websites files & data, you can use robots.txt to block those bots.


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    ॐ.̲̲N̲̲E̲̲T̲̲ ̲̲D̲̲e̲̲v̲̲ שเ๒єtгเ๒є is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Quote Originally Posted by marcuel View Post
    so how i protect my source code?
    Quote Originally Posted by שเ๒єtгเ๒є View Post
    At least and last, ripping a "CMS" is a controversial statement. The design (HTML) and client sided logic (JS) can be ripped, always. The "own written" server-sided mechanics behind it cannot be ripped as long as you stay secure. The only exception is your server sided code is ripped from open sources / templates. So a CMS source is available anywhere in any case.

    But you can do it a lot of harder for rippers like using canvas or flash. Flash that loads other content dynamically was the only protection I was too lazy to hack to get any image / video. However, it's exploitable, too. Specially the "Print"-Button trick for images.
    Is it so hard to read the whole topic?
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    Ginger by design. jMerliN is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Quote Originally Posted by marcuel View Post
    so how i protect my source code?
    With copyright.

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    ॐ.̲̲N̲̲E̲̲T̲̲ ̲̲D̲̲e̲̲v̲̲ שเ๒єtгเ๒є is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Quote Originally Posted by jMerliN View Post
    With copyright.
    internet is world wide, copyright not. It's a good step to prevent using your stuff in your and other copyright law countries, but it will not protect the content from being ripped the thread starter wants.
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    Developer iGalaxy is offline
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    Re: Right click disabling (Stealing safety)

    Goto view-source:url and you can see the source, so no use of this.



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