Delivering a secure and protected live streaming and on-demand video content is still a dream for many creators and developers.
Unauthorized access can decrease the revenue of your live subscription and pay-per-view services.
Live streaming and on-demand videos involve sensitive and private data. Protection is the key to secure your live streaming videos.
Our secure video streaming software integrates with a number of tools and offers security and encryption to your live streaming videos.
In this article, we will discuss the various ways to secure your live streaming videos.
Secure Streaming With VideoEncrypt
Our secure software protects your live video streaming from the unwanted threats from being copied or recorded. It integrates seamlessly with a number of approved DRM providers and provides encrypted video streaming. Let’s dive in to see in detail the various ways to protect your live streaming videos.
Password Protected Streaming
You can protect your live streaming by restricting access with a username and password. Source authentication prevents your live streaming from unauthorized users to access your live streaming. from streaming to your server. You can easily configure the credentials in the streaming engine manager.
User Authentication For Source Connection
Source authentication provides a secure connection to your live streaming videos. You can use username and password credentials in the origin server by requiring the source encoder. Source protection allows you to place restrictions on RTMP- and RTSP-based encoder connection. It helps your live streaming videos to publish from specific IP addresses. This prevents unauthorized computers from streaming your live streaming videos.
Restrict Stream Playback
Our encrypted software provides a number of security measures to restrict access to your content. It protects your live streaming videos against unwanted publishing and encrypts through the HTTP-based streaming data. Your every live streaming is protected by a random single-use key and a password. This secure algorithm and customizable security parameters help your audience in accessing your stream without any spoofing threats.
Encrypted HTTP Connections
Encrypted HTTP connection with the use of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) with the token-based authentication secures your live streaming videos. It encrypts your live streaming data via a secure connection and protects your streaming from intercepting from the third parties. As streaming moves through the network, encrypted HTTPS connections secure your streaming throughout the streaming.
Token authorization means delivering your live streaming videos to only authorized users. This means that only registered users or the users who have paid for watching your live streaming can access your content. This prevents link sharing by only providing tokens to approved users. VideoEncrypt generates unique URLs for each playback request and it expires after an allotted time interval. This way token authorization helps you in protecting your live streaming by allowing only limited viewers to access your streaming videos.
Geographical restricting means blocking specific regions or countries where you don’t want your live videos to be streamed. Using this feature you can restrict their access to your live streaming videos. This will automatically block unauthorized viewers from accessing your content. VideoEncrypt provides you features in the encryption software to blacklist and the ability to blacklist and whitelist the specific IP address and locations to approve or access your live streaming.
I hope this article will help you in protecting your live streaming videos. Layering several security measures to your digital content and live streaming videos provides more protection against piracy, hacking, and other cyberattacks.
We at VideoEncrypt offer security to your digital content at every step of the workflow whether it is live, on-demand, or regular web videos. From encryption to token authentication, we secure your premium content delivery by maintaining the DRM (Digital Rights Management).