I am sorry that I cannot post the link because the photos are from a customer.
However, I told this customer that any prints he wanted, he'll have to order it through the cart system. I also told him that I was not going to release the digital files to him. So, I did the normal procedure in protecting my files as mentioned in my first post.
When I told him that I wasn't going to release the digital files, his girl friend heard it and laughed at me saying that they can get it anyway. Well, I thought she was just joking, but apparently not.
This was about 3 months ago. Then today, when I looked at his Facebook page, he just added some photos in his Facebook that was taken by me hosted in my account in Zenfolio. I didn't know what to think of this but just felt kind of angry.
So, I was just wondering if someone is able to hack into the security of the photo protection offered by Zenfolio. Perhaps I should do a Google search.
Anyway, this is what happened, and now I am kind of pissed at him (but I know if he wanted to hack into Zenfolio, that isn't Zenfolio's fault, but still, I can't imagine that it would be this easy).