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SiteSecurity 4.0

SiteSecurity provides user authentication and management for Internet and Int...


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Total downloads: 136
  • Last Updated: Sep 24, 2003
  • License: Others N/A
  • OS: Windows 2000/NT 4.x
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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SiteSecurity is a Development software developed by SiteTown, Inc.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SiteSecurity:

SiteSecurity provides user authentication and management for Internet and Intranet websites running on Internet Information Server (4.0+). All user information is stored in an ODBC database (Access, SQL Server, MySQL). Website users are kept separate from network users, resulting in a more secure network while still restricting access to specific areas of your website(s). For additional Protection, SiteSecurity can be used in Combination with SSL to transmit user credentials Securely. SiteSecurity is available in three license levels: Server, Domain, and Enterprise. All levels use a group-based permission model for better administration and include the same features, the only difference being the number of machines licensed to use SiteSecurity. Includes everything needed to implement a SiteSecurity environment: Installer/Uninstaller, SQL Scripts to easily create SiteSecurity database schema in SQL Server 7.0 or MySQL, Web-based administration tools with a customizable interface and display options, Complete API function set that allows easy integration of user creation and other functions into your website's interface design, Sample database, Sample website, and Documentation. Available as either a standard executable or a MSI database.
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