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  1. sumosalesman profile image60
    sumosalesmanposted 8 years ago

    What password product or system should I use for a site with basic and premium memberships?

    My business partner took off from the starting gates and the password system I have is taking me hours a day to update.  What is the best affordable content security product / system out there for a site that has restricted/paid content?

  2. 2Xera profile image51
    2Xeraposted 8 years ago

    The skinny of this is simple, use .htaccess with encrypted passwords.

    http://www.e2.u-net.com/htaccess/make.htm

    That site will make htaccess passwords for you, several APIs available to do it off server or you can do it on server here is the most comprehensive guide:

    http://perishablepress.com/press/2009/0 … on-tricks/

    Cheers,
    www.2Xera.com

  3. lynxus profile image57
    lynxusposted 8 years ago

    While HTaccess etc is good and simple, im not sure how it will handle basic and prem members.

    I would maybe look into some form of PHP user management / Access system.

    Maybe even learn some simple php to achieve your goal.

  4. DennisBarker profile image58
    DennisBarkerposted 8 years ago

    I've just written a hub which answers this question, but briefly you could use the nanacast system which you can evaluate at http://www.tipcast.tv. I use it to deliver video tips for various niche markets and it works well.

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