Let's say I know the URL of a web page. Ordinary HTML web page. It's in a password-protected directory inside the /public_html/ directory, but I know the username and password and can get in using a browser. I don't have FTP access. Is there a way to download the file?
Back story: Client wants to post the answer key to a test online for a limited time and is very, very extremely over-the-top paranoid that someone is going to steal it. I can set up the directory and separate username/passwords for each person authorized to view the answers. I can lock the page so that right-click is disabled, View Source is disabled, Save Page As is disabled, and Print is disabled.
I've thought of two ways that the information could still be captured: PrtSc (can't be disabled in IE7) and pen and paper. I don't know of a way to stop either of those without a proctor being present, and since it's an online class, the students are scattered all over the place and proctoring is not possible.
So my underlying question is this: Is there another way to capture the information that I haven't thought of? I don't want the client's hypothetical 10-year-old son to figure out a way to hack into the file and sit back going neener-neener because I didn't know about it.