PDFSign – smaller files, AES-256 encryption, processes password-protected PDF

Innovations PDFSecureSign:

  • Smaller signed files:Depending on the certificate, the file size of the signed PDFs could be a lot larger than the original file. With the new version there is additional compression, which means that the size of the signed file is much smaller.
  • AES-265 bit Encryption: With the AES-256bit encryption the PDF documents are encrypted stronger and are therefore better protected.
  • Processing of password-protected PDFs: PDFs that are already password-protected can now also be processed and signed by handing over / querying the password.

 

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