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Adobe Acrobat, PDF Metadata »

[13 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]

The Acrobat for Legal Processionals blog has posted a link to the video of their recent eSeminar which covered the very important topic of redaction and metadata removal

Free, PDF Online »

[9 Oct 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

A number of online PDF editors are starting to emerge, and I believe it’s a trend that’s only going to continue, perhaps culminating in Adobe releasing a truly online version of Acrobat.

PDF Metadata, PDF Security »

[3 Oct 2008 | No Comment | ]

Ever wondered exactly what the NSA does? Well a guidance paper they released a couple of years ago sheds some light on one area of their work. The guidance paper deals with how to properly edit PDF documents which are going to be released into the wild.

Adobe Acrobat »

[5 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

A number of online PDF editors are starting to emerge, and I believe it’s a trend that’s only going to continue, perhaps culminating in Adobe releasing a truly online version of Acrobat.
Previously we’ve looked at PDF Hammer and now we’re going to look at PDFescape. I found PDFescape generally pretty easy to use and the list of features it includes are impressive for an online editor:

View PDFs online
Fill out PDF Forms
Add text and shapes
Move and delete pages
Insert links
Create new form fields
Share & collaborate
Store PDFs online

There are some limitations in place …

Adobe Acrobat »

[4 Sep 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

A cursory glance, or rather quick search at Google will reveal that the topic of redacting PDF has been hot for a looong time.
During my time at Planet PDF, we even ran a review of a US government employee’s efforts at redaction gone wrong in which a thought-to-be-redacted report revealed names, training procedures and other secrets.
Nope, this is not a new issue — there’s a swagger of “paid-for” software you can find (in addition to functionality included in Acrobat 8 and 9), using all types of methods — usefully listed …

Adobe Acrobat »

[17 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

The ability to remove sensitive information from PDFs is an important feature for many people, especially Legal Professionals. The good news is that enhanced redaction functionality, specifically the ability to find and redact sensitive information like Social Security Numbers, Email addresses, Credit card numbers, etc, was included in the latest Acrobat release. In this blog post, Creating and Using Custom Redaction Patterns, Acrobat for Legal Professionals shows you some of the ways that this new functionality can be leveraged.

Uncategorized »

[29 Jul 2007 | Comments Off on Leading Software Solutions Provider Teams Up to Strengthen PDF Document Security | ]

Two leading software solutions provider, Appligent Inc. and Nuance Communications Inc. has collaborated to strengthen PDF document security specifically when using and sharing them for legal, intelligence and homeland security purposes.