February 27th, 2006 by Keith

Encrypt PDF 2.2

Posted in Utilities, Windows

Encrypt PDF

For most of us, the commonly used Acrobat Reader are almost part and parcel of our PDF readers. However, being only a PDF reader, it is not much useful when it comes to protecting documents that you do not want others to read or access, or even edit. Moreover, Adobe Acrobat would perhaps cost you a fortune, for just these few functionalities. Alternatively, you may choose to use Encrypt PDF from VeryPDF.

Encrypt PDF software is a very flexible and powerful program, which allows you to encrypt (using standard 40-bit or 128-bit supported by Acrobat Reader 5.0 and up) existing PDFs, set permissions, add user and owner password. For instance, a PDF file can be encrypted by disallowing readers to print. The print button will be disabled in the Acrobat Reader application. Henceforth, it allows encryption of a PDF file by only allowing the user to read it unless he know the correct password.

Encrypt PDF is available free for download, but with limitation in the trial version, i.e.
1. Popup a message box
2. Process only the first half pages in the encrypted PDF file

A registered version will cost you US$30. Also, technical support and upgrades are free forever for registered users.

Download Source: VeryPDF Website

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