Setting up an "eBook" website (ASP)

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Mark Nontaldo, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. Hi,

    Please excuse that I am posting this question to 2 groups. But I really do
    not know which group I should post to...

    I purchased the Aloaha PDF Crypter API to convert PDF documents to
    certificate encrypted PDF documents.
    (http://www.aloaha.com/wi-software-en/pdfcrypter-api.php)

    My aim is that user can download PDF documents from my website. But these
    PDF documents have to be certificate encrypted to avoid leaking to other
    ppl.

    The API itself works excellent. Currently user have to upload their public
    key (.cer file) to their user profile to be able to download documents.
    I am wondering if it could be done automatic. Kind of that my IIS requests
    from the client side automatically the public key of the client.
    Is that possible? If not - are there any other suggestions how to make my
    website more userfriendly?

    Kind Regards and TIA
    Mark
     
    Mark Nontaldo, Jan 20, 2006
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