PDFencrypt features the ability to change security settings on PDFs as well as change the Info Tags. Encrypt with 40-bit or 128-bit encryption. Set Permissions. Change passwords on your PDF documents specifying whether users can print, edit, etc.
Version: 1.0PDFencrypt features the ability to change security settings on PDFs as well as change the Info Tags (i.e. Document Title, Document Author, Subject, Keywords, and Creator). User of the product can decrypt PDFs without the master password, only the user password (password to view) is required.
License: Free To Try $12.95
Operating System: Windows
PDFs can be encrypted with either 40-bit Standard Encryption or 128-bit Advanced Encryption. Permissions can be set for either encryption types, specifying whether or not users can print, assemble, edit, extract content, and more.
PDFencrypt features an easy to use "wizard"-like interface that take the user step by step through the process. PDFencrypt features the ability to batch process hundreds of PDFs at a time as well as auto-prompting for user passwords where needed and displaying a detailed log of what PDFencrypt is doing.