Author: Nettie Hartsock

Debenu announces release of Debenu PDF Maximus

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Debenu, the company behind Quick PDF Library, has released Debenu PDF Maximus, a powerful solution for batch splitting, merging, converting, stamping and editing PDF files.

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Cool PDF Tool: Web Snapper 2.5.1 for Mac users

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If you need a quick way to capture whole web pages exactly as they are rendered online, then Web Snapper (formerly known as Red Snapper) might be the cool Mac PDF tool for you.

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Cool PDF Tool: E-Xtract

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The latest ubiquitous tool to use for your PDF data gathering is E-Xtract. If you’re frustrated at not being able to extract those pesky email addresses from existing PDF documents, then this is the tool for you.

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Cool PDF Tool: Feedjournal

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Ready to convert your blog feed into a PDF newspaper? Or how about converting your enewsletter or other business content into a branded PDF with a newspaper layout?

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Ubiquitous PDF Tool: Free OCR.com

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The latest ubiquitous tool to use for your PDF endeavors is Free-OCR.com an online tool for extracting text from any image you upload.

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Ubiquitous PDF Tool: PDF Ripper

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If you’re wondering how to extract images, text, charts, formulas, and vector drawings from Adobe PDF files, then this tool is for you.

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F-Secure calls for Microsoft to add PDF viewer

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This week antivirus vendor F-Secure’s Sean Sullivan, a security advisor for the Finnish-based firm asked the question, ‘Why doesn’t Windows include native PDF reader support?,’ on F-Secure’s blog.

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New major malware attack for PDF users

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Security companies alerted PDF users today of a new malware attack that hopes to exploit users of PDFs by using an unpatched design flaw in the PDF format. Mary Grace Gabriel, a research engineer in CA Inc.’s security group, stated on her blog, ‘CA ISBU recently received spam emails disguised as a legitimate email from ‘your Company System Admin’. The spam mail informs the recipient about a recent change in mailbox servers and requires the user to check the malicious PDF attachment containing the instructions to update mail settings.’

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Adobe releases critical advisory updates

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Late last week Adobe was struggling with the automation launch flaw, first discovered by Didier Stevens, and which Gottwals, a member of Adobe’s security team noted on the Adobe blog saying, ‘We are currently researching the best approach for this functionality in Adobe Reader and Acrobat,’ and it may introduce changes in a future update.

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Apago releases PDF Enhancer 3.5

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Apago has announced the release of PDF Enhancer 3.5.

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