Originally Posted by IkY0294
You cant right click images that are put on the site threw css..
This may be so however anyone who is able to view source can simple navigate to the CSS file that contains the CSS style sheets for your site and then systematically navigate to each image directly for example in CSS you may have /mysite/logo/log.jpg, all such a person need do is point their browser at www.yoursite.com/mysite/logo/logo.jpg
and they will be presented with the image or a download (similarly for JS, CSS and other non server side code)
As such the only method really by which this could be prevented is through the encoding of webpages however many of the keys used are public and are able to be cracked however more simply regardless of any method a full webpage and its dependant files will be present in the users .tmp folder for their appropriate browser (decoded if it where encoded).
Security and more specific phishing is a very big issue as almost anyone can copy a webpage and or identity due to the openness of the web, though function cannot be stolen (server side scripts such as ASP.net, PHP, PERL, CGI) as such actively searching and following tip offs from users or similar is advisable.
Advising users to only enter their details under certain criteria and make that known to them for example “we do not request passwords in whole or part” “we will never request card details” “only enter your login at secure.mysite.com when you see the padlock or green bar in your browser”.
eBay and PayPal have made very public and very similar schemes to ensure users don’t fall fowl of those who wish to phish or use even the legitimate site in the case of eBay to scam users, and I can’t say that everyone even those in web design, computing or hosting get out unscathed. As such I can admit the loss of £1,500 on eBay and know of much larger losses from those who run their businesses there.
Make phishing and other threats a concern and try to inform users, it sets in much more when your bitten by the thing you are fighting against and as such advertising in a sense the dangers and solutions to those is advisable thankfully eBay and PayPal as well as Amazon, Play and others have done this successfully so look to those as a few live examples.