Need Website Password Protection?

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By using authelo, you can eliminate password protection pain in your website today.

Introductory Offer

Get authelo today for just $29, including free installation!

We're confident that you will love using authelo, so eliminate the password protection pain today. Try the demo, or read on to learn more about authelo.

What authelo will do for you

It just makes sense

The class leading usability of authelo arises from its folder-centric user interface. Need to password protect your "private" folder? Just browse to that folder, and choose the protection settings that suit. Show me »

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Integrated file browser

While you're there, you can instantly view a list of all the files in that folder. No need to run to your FTP client, it's available from within authelo, and it's fast. Show me »

Auto account expiration

Are you offering subscription content? authelo allows you to specify expiration dates for all customers' accounts. You can also quickly enable and disable customers' accounts - individually, or large groups at once. Show me »

Send mailouts

You know the importance of maintaining contact with your customers, that's why authelo keeps track of customers names and email addresses. You can easily send an email to all (or a selection) of your customers at any time. Show me »

Lost password recovery

Your customers will forget their passwords - that's a certainty. By installing authelo, you're helping them to help themselves. The lost password recovery facility alone will save you hours of unprofitable drudgery. Show me »

Stop htaccess hell with authelo

You probably already know that managing password protected areas of your website can be a hassle. It began easily enough, with just a few users and a single .htaccess file in one folder.

But before long your website is littered with htaccess files, some referencing customers who no longer even exist. Your authentication topography is a mess and you just can't get your head around it.

You can't even say for sure who has access to what. Welcome to .htaccess hell!

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