Copy & Paste Lock

In human–computer interaction, cut, copy and paste are related commands that enable a user to transfer data. When user cuts or copies a content, it is immediately stored to temporary storage tool called the clipboard. The data in the clipboard is later inserted in the position where the paste command is issued. A user can capture text and image content from your website by using these commands.

Copy & Paste Lock disables these commands while a user is browsing your site. Following actions on Windows and Mac operating systems will be disabled when this lock is activated:

Copy Keyboard Shortcuts:

Ctrl + C (Windows)
⌘ + C (Mac OS)

Paste Keyboard Shortcuts:

Ctrl + V (Windows)
⌘ + V (Mac OS)

Copy & Paste lock also disables all related commands in a browser context menu (mouse right-click menu) Controls will appear as usual on the menu list but will be ineffective on your website.

Copy & Paste lock will be most effective along with Mouse Locks. We recommend enabling both locks to block all copy & paste attempts.

Print Screen Lock

Print screen (often abbreviated Print Scrn, Prnt Scrn, Prt Scrn, Prt Scn, Prt Scr, Prt Sc or Pr Sc) is a key present on most PC keyboards. It is typically situated in the same section as the break key and scroll lock key.

When pressed, the key either sends the current screen image to the computer clipboard or the computer printer depending on the operating system or software program that is currently active.

Print Screen Lock allows you to disable this key while a user is browsing your site, so a user cannot quickly get a capture a screenshot of your photos or pages.

File Save Lock

File Save shortcut is a key combination that is available on most PC keyboards. When pressed, the key attempts to download your entire website as an HTML file, which contains all image assets.

Following keyboard actions on Windows and Mac operating systems will be disabled while a user is browsing your site if the lock is turned on:

Ctrl + S (Windows)
⌘ + S (Mac OS)
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