ArtisBrowser Proves Other Browsers Inadequate.
January 30, 2016 – The ArtisBrowser
remains as the only web browser that can still support copy protected web sites.
As of November 2015, all popular web
browsers have dropped support for real
browser plugins. When we say "real plugins"
we refer to NPAPI plugins that have been
around since the first Netscape web browser.
NPAPI plugins run in Mozilla browsers
similar to ActiveX in Internet Explorer
browser to provide interaction with the
computer operating system. Without NPAPI and
ActiveX those popular browsers can no longer
interact at system level so they are now
useless for any copy protected project.
Google, who maintains the Chrome browser and
Chromium resource, with a huge influence
over Firefox development, has dropped
support for NPAPI plugins in favor of simple
apps that run on amusement devices like
their mobile phone. Although touted as the
edge of technology, the Chrome browser has
always had problems complying with WW3
standards supporting plugins used by every
other Mozilla browser.
While web developers have always been
afraid if limiting access to protected webs,
even if doing so would be more secure, they
have always favored popular web browsers.
But by allowing browsers whose every new
innovation is another new way to find,
expose and copy intellectual property and
web media, they have undermined the
potential security of their own projects.
But now the value of the ArtisBrowser
can be appreciated. Especially designed to
ArtistScope Site Protection System (ASPS), the most secure copy
protection solution on the planet without
peer, the ArtisBrowser
remains as the only web browser that web
developers can use and rely upon for their
copy protected projects.
Three cheers to Google! You have done us all a
favor. Now there is no excuse for not using any
popular web browser on secure or copy protected
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