WebRunPro

WebRunPro allows you to launch a program, open a document, run a .bat file, on your PC, by clicking a link inside an .html page!

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WebRunPro popular applications

For Web development

How many times a client asked you if it's possible to launch his/her favorite word processor by clicking a link inside an .html page?

  • Now it's possible to launch any program with WebRunPro!

For Intranet - corporate applications

WebRunPro is great for intranet applications. Create webrun links that point to your company's applications inside your intranet portal. Your users can now launch the applications by visiting the intranet portal page. Whitelist feature ensures that only certain commands are allowed to be run.

  • No more icons on your users desktop!
  • No need to update multiple icons on users desktop when you need to make a change to an application path!

 

How to use

  • The first thing you need to do is download and install WebRunPro. If you have WebRun installed you must uninstall it first. Note that, webrun links will not work if WebRunPro is not installed.
  • Then go to your html page and add a webrun link pointing to the executable, file or command you want to launch.
    A webrun link starts with "webrun:" inside the href attribute, followed by the executable, file or command you want to call.
  • If your command includes double quotes you must replace each double quote with double exclamation mark - !!
    This is only a feature of WebRunPro
  • That's it! You may now click your webrun link to launch your application. If the application is not found, WebRunPro will just return a popup error.

    Important notes:

      1.To ensure cross-browser compatibility, use only ANSI characters in filepaths and WebRunPro links, UTF-8 filepaths do not work consistently across browsers.

      2.The first time you click on a webrun link, your browser will ask you if you want to associate WebRunPro.exe with this type of links. If you click "remember", you will not be prompted again.

Added security with the confirmation feature (enabled by default)

WebRunPro prompts you to confirm every action by default.

When you click on a webrun link, a popup confirmation box appears which indicates the exact command about to run.
WebRunPro confirmation dialog screenshot
If you don't want to launch that particular command, just click the "No" button. This way you have absolute knowledge of commands lauched with WebRunPro.

Added security with the whitelist feature

Block unauthorized command execution by utilizing the whitelist feature.

Here is how it works:

  • Create a whitelist.txt file (ANSI format only - UTF-8 is not supported) inside any accessible folder, on your PC or your network
  • Put, every command you want to allow to be run, on a new line inside whitelist.txt
  • Upon installation WebRunPro will a ask you for the whitelist folder location
  • Only commands inside whitelist.txt will be executed by WebRunPro, any other command will be blocked.

Commands inside whitelist.txt can be explicitly set e.g: C:\Windows\notepad.exe
or not explicitly set e.g: notepad.exe

Note: Non explicit commands override explicit ones e.g: notepad.exe overrides C:\Windows\notepad.exe

Example content of whitelist.txt:

notepad.exe
cmd /k cd\&dir
"%25ProgramFiles%25\FileZilla FTP Client\filezilla.exe"

Configuration

Configure WebRunPro

Both security features of WebRunPro are configurable. Set your desired whitelist path and enable or disable the confirmation dialog feature.
You can find WebRunPro Configuration on your installation folder (by default: C:\Program Files (x86)\WebRunPro\). Right click "WebRunPro Configuration.exe" and run it as administrator. WebRunPro Configuration screenshot

WebRunPro Examples

Example to launch notepad:
Notepad
  <a href="webrun:C:\Windows\notepad.exe">Notepad</a>

Double quotes example:
FileZilla
-- Notice that double quotes are replaced with double exclamation marks.
  <a href="webrun:!!%25ProgramFiles%25\FileZilla FTP Client\filezilla.exe!!">FileZilla</a>

How to mount an image using Daemon Tools Lite:
Mount an image
-- Notice that double quotes are replaced with double exclamation marks.
  <a href="webrun:!!C:\Program Files\DAEMON Tools Lite\daemon.exe!! 
  -mount 0,!!D:\Images\Image.ISO!!">Mount an image</a>

Open a document example:
Open test.txt
  <a href="webrun:C:\test.txt">Open test.txt</a>

Example to run a command line command. This one lists the contents of the C:\ drive, using "cd", "dir" commands and arguments:
List contents of C:\
  <a href="webrun:cmd /k cd\&dir">List contents of C:\</a>

Open C:\ drive in explorer:
Open C:\ drive in explorer
  <a href="webrun:explorer.exe C:\">Open C:\ drive in explorer</a>

 

Security notice

Web Browsers do not natively support running an executable from an html link
and for a good reason too. An attacker could exploit this feature and run malicious code on users PC.
You use WebRunPro at your own risk, we recommend running WebRunPro in a sandboxed environment.

 

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How many copies of WebRunPro do you need?

WebRunPro is aimed for use in business environment. A separate license must be purchased for each installation of the program. Installing the program on a server, or on a single workstation used non-simultaneously by multiple people, counts as one installation. Choose among available WebRunPro packages to find what best suits your userbase / needs.

Personal $45.95
  • Up to 5 Users
  • E-mail support
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Starter 50 $359.70
  • Up to 50 Users
  • Corporate License
  • E-mail support
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Pro 100 $539.55
  • Up to 100 Users
  • Corporate License
  • E-mail support
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Business 200 $959.00
  • Up to 200 Users
  • .msi installer included
  • Corporate License
  • E-mail support
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