On PDF2Go, we offer PDF encryption in form of password protection. Add a password to a PDF to control who can open and view, copy, print, and modify your PDF!
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But what exactly is PDF encryption? Today, we will explore this question and the topic of PDF encryption. Continue reading What Is PDF Encryption?
PDF is an amazing document format, especially when it comes to file-safety. By now, you surely know, that you can easily protect your own PDF files with a password quite easily.
Check out our handy tutorial on how to password-protect a PDF.
What you might not be aware of, is that there are different kinds of PDF passwords. This is what we will have a look at today. Continue reading Different PDF Passwords
The work of many businesses – like banks and financial institutions, but also companies in other fields – is very paper-heavy. Files, transactions, user and client data, many of such records spend their lifetime as paper documents, stacked away in folders, filling shelves and archives.
It is common for many businesses to keep their records over several years before they can safely get rid of them. Thus, the number of documents and unused papers in an archive grow continuously.
This article will present a simple method how this amount of paper and the associated costs can be eliminated or at least reduced: by switching to PDF. Continue reading How Banks & Other Businesses Benefit From Switching To PDF
PDF files are great for sharing online since they do not allow further editing of a text. Contracts, forms, legal documents, but also school assignments, papers , and theses are typically sent and handed in using the PDF format. This is mainly because they do not allow further meddling or altering of the document.
Did you know that there is a way to make your PDF even more secure? Add password protection using our free online tool! Continue reading How To Password Protect Your PDF [Tutorial]