HTML Password Protection

Password protect and encrypt your HTML web page.

ABOUT OUR HTML PASSWORD PROTECTION

Our tool lets you securely password-protect a HTML file. Unlike other password-protection tools available, this tool Has no server-side components (our tool and its password-protected pages run entirely independent). We use strong encryption so the password-protection cannot be bypassed, to use our tool All you need to do is choose an HTML file and type your desired password, Your HTML page will be processed and password-protected instantly.

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The password is: hunter2

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Our HTML Password protection tool is 100% free to use and self dependent, it has been designed in a way there is no logs kept of files or passwords processed through our system. in addition we offer personal IP and user agent logging for businesses, when the password is submitted incorrectly more than 10 times an email will be sent with the IP address and user agent trying to access the content we have implemented this as a brute force notification and IP blacklist system.

HTML Password Protection FAQ’s

How can this be secure if it's client-side? Can't people just bypass the password?

The HTML gets encrypted using the password, so it is unreadable without the password. An attacker could extract the encrypted document, but it would be an unusable mess until they decrypt it, which can only be done with the original password.

Why would I want to use this instead of a .htaccess user/password prompt?

Standard user/password prompts require you have some sort of privileged access to the server. With Apache for instance, you need to be able to add a .htaccess file to the directory you want to protect. Since this tool produces a standard HTML file, you can host it literally anywhere, even places that don't give you access to the server configuration (like Dropbox!).

What type of encryption does the tool use?

This tool uses the CryptoJS for its encryption. First, an encryption key is derived from the password using PBKDF2 and a random salt with 400 rounds. Then the HTML is encrypted using AES256.