HTML Guardian FAQ - Other issues

Can I encrypt Javascript files with a password. Why password protection option is disabled when I want to encrypt Javascript files?
You can't encrypt Javascript files with a password. The password protection option can only be used for html / shtml files. All protection options are available when you protect javascript files, except password protection.
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What's the difference between HTML Guardian Personal, Professional, Enterprise and Server edition?
The only difference between the Personal and the Professional / Enterprise editions is that the Personal edition puts a watermark (banner) in each encrypted file. Also the HTML Guardian Auto - Update Utility is only available in the Professional and Enterprise editions.
Some features are limited (but enough for testing purposes) in the Personal and/or Professional editions:
- the Enhanced asp encryption mode is fully functional (there is no banner in the protected asp files) only in the Enterprise edition. This feature is available in Personal and Professional editions as well, it works exactly the same way, but is mainly suitable for testing purposes because of the banner included in each protected file.
- the Image Guardian functionality is limited in the Personal and Professional editions (protected images are watermarked). There are no limitations in the Enterprise edition.
- the ultra-strong password protection utility inserts a banner in the files protected with the Personal and Professional editions. There are no limitations in the Enterprise edition.

The table below shows all the differences between the Personal, Professional and Enterprise editions.
HTML Guardian Edition:  
Personal
Professional
Enterprise
Features available:
Banner (watermark) in each encrypted file
Yes
No
No
Enhanced Image Protection
( Image Guardian )
Yes, limited
Yes, limited
Yes, Unlimited
Encrypt ASP files [Standard ASP encryption]
What's the difference between the Standard and Enhanced ASP encryption?
Yes [with a banner]
Yes, Unlimited
Yes, Unlimited
Encrypt ASP files [Enhanced ASP encryption]
What's the difference between the Standard and Enhanced ASP encryption?
Yes [with a banner]
Yes [with a banner]
Yes, Unlimited
[without a banner]
Encrypt html / shtml files
Yes
Yes
Yes
Encrypt JavaScript (.js) files
Yes
Yes
Yes
Encrypt VBScript (.vbs) files
Yes
Yes
Yes
Encrypt style sheets (.css) files
Yes
Yes
Yes
Ultra - Strong password protection
Yes [with a banner]
Yes [with a banner]
Yes, Unlimited
[without a banner]
Auto-update via the web
No
Yes
Yes
Partial encryption capabilities
Yes
Yes
Yes
Encrypt PHP files
Yes
Yes
Yes
Source code compression & optimization only (without encryption)
No
Yes
Yes
All other features not listed here
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lifetime free upgrades
Yes
Yes
Yes
Price
Free for personal use
$39.95
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$69.95
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HTML Guardian Server edition is currently beta tested and is not yet available for download. It has a different purpose, the Server edition is designed for protection of server - side generated dynamic content. If you want to try it, please join our beta testing program.
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Do you offer a money back guarantee?
No. As we stated above, there is absolutely no difference in the core functionality of HTML Guardian Personal and Professional / Enterprise editions.
You can test all the HTML Guardian Professional / Enterprise edition features with HTML Guardian Personal edition. You can download HTML Guardian Personal edition for free and test it as long as you wish, until you are absolutely confident it fits your needs. Once you are sure it's the right choice, you can purchase the Professional or Enterprise edition.
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What is your upgrade policy? If I purchase HTML Guardian Professional or Enterprise, do I have to pay for the new versions you release ?
No. All registered users of HTML Guardian Professional and HTML Guardian Enterprise editions will receive all future new versions free of charge.
This includes not only minor updates (like from 6.1 to 6.2) but also major updates (like from 6.x to 7.x).
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Do you plan to release HTML Guardian for Linux and Mac platforms?
HTML Guardian for Linux is in early stages of development. We hope to release the first public beta version for Linux OS soon, so please check our beta testing page in case you are interested.
We currently do not plan to release HTML Guardian for the Macintosh platform.
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