How to Encrypt a Web Page

by eHow Internet Editor

Data managers feel the burden and responsibility of adequate data encryption. Encryption contains algorithmic schemes that protect plain text and convert the text into a non-readable form also called a cyphertext. Encryption is all about privacy and was used mostly as a military tool until businesses and the medical industry began putting confidential information on the Internet. Encrypting the code of your web pages protects you from hackers.

Install "Slim Browser" as a download from the Internet. Manage the second download of "CryptHtml" and "Fling."

Arrange your day so that you have time to search for free downloads from the Internet. Undo any encryption that may have been done the ordinary way.

Go to the "Advanced Option" button on the tool bar and uncheck the "Encrypt contents to secure data" box.

Create a new folder in your FTP program to house your new web page and copy all image and text files to this new folder.

Move each file one at a time by right clicking on the icon and selecting the option "Encrypt with CryptHtml."

Select the encrypted web pages and upload them to the Internet with your Fling FTP program.

Check your web pages on the Internet by surfing to your website--check to see if at the bottom of the web page reads "This page is protected by CryptHtml" and "Power by CryptHtml."

Tip

  • check Fling FTP program and CryptHtml work well together--better than other programs that you have to pay for.

Warning

  • close Don't pay for a program to encrypt your web pages. There are free downloads that are better than the ones you can buy.