I have a program that displays a website using system.windows.forms.webbrowser. It runs off files located on the computer, just html files that are not on the web. All i would need to do is link to the index page and then you can access everything. The purpose of it is to lock out a user from getting images, and only allowing the user to print the images on the site in 3 specific sizes. There are copies of each image in the 3 sizes, so all i would need to do is print them and block users from getting them.
I have disabled right clicking to prevent users from copying images or addresses. What i need now is to block out the files so that anyone who would install the program cannot open the files or get the images and move them out of the program. I am going to make a separate print area for printing the images.
I dont know how to stop the user from finding the address and opening the html in another program such as IE, or to stop them from just going into the files and moving the images out.
Can anyone help me?
Edited by Steve_Jones: n/a