A few days ago we updated Aptuitiv to allow website visitors to be automatically logged into a password protected page or password protected directory based on their IP address. This functionality is currently only available to websites on the Pro version of Aptuitiv.
Here is an example scenario where this new functionality could be used.
Say that part of your corporate site is a password protected extranet accessible at yourdomain.com/extranet and you are using Password Protected Directories to password protect the /extranet page and all of it's sub-pages. In the past all visitors would have to manually log in to access any of those pages. With this new functionality you can now allow anyone on your private network behind your firewall to be automatically logged in.Read more...
Here at Aptuitiv we are in the process of planning out a new server architecture for our hosted CMS that will be more secure, scalable and robust. Through this process we have identified an area that causes some security concerns. That area of concern is the fact that we allow custom PHP to be run on client's websites.Read more...
Sometimes you're building a website that needs to be locked down and secure. You need the entire website to be password protected and you need the entire website to use SSL (https).
Aptuitiv Studio makes it really easy to do that. Under Site Settings there are 3 settings that can make an entire site password protected and use SSL.Read more...