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This program allows to set up membership areas for websites and is easy to install.
This is a program used by webmasters to allow access to website visitors by asking them to fill a form and then send an activation code to their mail id through which visitors will be granted with permission to visit secured areas on the website.
Cost: US $ 50.00
OS: Windows, Linux, Unix
This is a perl based effective password protection program that allows you to protect membership area. This program is an easy tool to install and to configure.
Cost: US $ 79.95
OS: Unix, Linux
This is a perl based script that allows webmasters to efficiently manage their site users. This script has capabilities to manage signed members and to guard protected directories. Webmaster has many advanced features to control the actions of visitors on their website.
This is a program developed with perl that allows webmasters to manage membership download area on the website. Each download can be done based on a per user per file basis.
Cost: US $ 18.00
OS: Linux, Unix
This is a member management system written in perl that allows webmasters to manage members. The site visitors can sell their products on the website.
Cost: US $ 99.00
This script makes the onerous task of managing the password and group files easy. In addition to its basic role as a password changer, this script allows the Webmaster to add, edit and delete users and groups, all via a form-based interface.
This is a powerful website membership management program. The main features are automated user/member signup, administration approval/denial control panel, automatic addition/deletion to .htpasswd/.nsconfig files, form fields verifications and much more.
OS: Unix, Win NT/2000
This is a simple perl based signup program where users can register on the website. A simple and very useful for webmasters.
OS: Windows, Unix
This is a basic password management program, which allows you to add and remove members from your password and users files (.htpasswd and .htgroup) from your browser.