I have read and re-read many posts in this forum and still cannot find a solution to my problem. Maybe HYPerLock can help but I am not sure.
I want my visitors to pay first before they download the book. Then after they download the book it gives them instructions to enter their one time password for Activ ebook to prevent sharing.
Here is why I no longer want a try before you buy solution: For one testing and coming up with a pricing stragegy is not that feasbile with try before you buy. Since so many can download your ebook if you keep changing the pricing you have many copies floating around with old pricing. I want to test heavily the title of sales page etc which is not currently in my try before buy solution. I want this gone.
Anyone know how I can implement a purchase through Paypal, a one time download secure page (hidden script page that changes), and then the ability to send the preloaded password for that one user?
HYPrLock will do everything you want, including automatic password activation (without e-mails). It provides a "Buy" mode of operation that allows you to "pre" sell your product using a PayPal "BuyNow" button (or shopping cart) on your web site. That way you can change the selling price of your eBook any time you want.
Unfortunately, HYPrLock is a "do it yourself" security system -- and if you couldn't take the time to read or understand the information at hyprlock.com -- it's probably not something you'd be interested in.
Also worth a reminder that Ron's HYPrLock also copes nicely with ebooks on CD format too. When eBay suddenly took the decision to bar digital download sales a year-or-so ago, I was obliged to transfer my book content to disc in order to continue selling though their auction site. I can now offer a choice of medium to prospective customers with the knowledge that the password systems are fully secure.
RON... Can your software help revoke a license to some one after a certain period. I want to provide my ebook as a subscription as a 6 month or 1 year period after which time it should not be allowed to open or ask for a new password.
1. They download a trial version with a few free pages. 2. They register pay get access with a paaword which gives them lets say 6 months access and at the end of it should get locked. ( I will be happy with this) 3. If possible I want them to be able to request a new password for another 6 months....as long as they want to keep paying you know what I mean.
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