My OWN free TryWare: Windows 8, 7 and XP - PHP-HtPasswd
Windows 7 Enterprise 32 bit
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
Windows XP SP2 32 bit
Page updated October 2012
As you can see in EULA-Copyright.txt located in the C:\ITD\TrywareDk\W7-PHP-HtPasswd\Bin folder I give you a 100% freeware license to use my Windows Tools, but with the exception that you doesn't have license to distribute my Windows Tools. So if you want to give my Windows Tools to a friend, then don't do anything else than give them my download link. There is no restrictions in my Windows Tools, except that I'm showing you my donation website each time you have used my Windows Tool 90 days.
As told in the reason scenario above, the solution could be to use an extra logon to these webpages in the SeoProtect subfolder:
But it means that the enduser needs to remember two different passwords, and "EZG's PHP" gives the enduser option to create the PHP username and password themselfes, but the solution doesn't create .htaccess or
And that's excactly what my W7-PHP-HtPasswd Windows Tool solves silent and automatic with these options:
Information to the enduser:
When we have webpages, that you need to pay for, we use 2 different webfolders, the first e.g. called Seo is not protected, and the second e.g. called SeoProtect is protected. But we can't fully protect the SeoProtect webfolder using only one protection system
So we are using 2 different protection systems, one for e.g. the Seo webpages, and another for the SeoProtect webfolder
The first protection system, e.g. called "EZG PHP Online Admin" (EZG PHP) only protects the SeoProtect webpages, but the SeoProtect webfolder isn't protected, and anybody can see and click on the url's on the Seo webpages. But if anybody can guess the unique url to the webpages in the SeoProtect webfolder, they will get access, because EZG PHP only protect the SeoProtect webpages, when redirecting url's in the Seo webpages. This EZG PHP protection system gives you option to create/modify your username and password yourself, and among other PHP features it also gives us some detailed logfiles.
The second protection system, called .htaccess and .htpasswd (HTML) only protects the SeoProtect web-folder. You can't create/modify your own username and password in this HTML protection system, but we need to do it manually, and email you about it, and it doesn't give us any logfiles.
;o) Your brain is also like a parachute. It works best when it's open