Tag: blog

What do PDF and social media have in common?

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In the early days of PDF, most non-PDF people did not understand how much benefit this new technology was going to bring across all verticals in terms of changing how we all use content on a daily basis. And there really still is no way to predict in the next five or ten or twenty years all the new things that are going to emerge from the PDF world.

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Adobe notes encryption change on security blog

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Adobe has acknowledged on its blog, ‘Security Matters’, the encryption change that has most recently been noted by Russian security firm ElomSoft.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Google Cheat Sheet

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Google is the 300-pound gorilla of the internet search world, so it’s useful to know at least a little about it. Thanks to blogger Abdylas Tynyshov, you can now download a Google Cheat Sheet that allows you to have all the basic information about Google at your fingertips.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Falling off a blog…

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Blogs are all around these days, and can be a great way to stay in the loop on everything from the lives of friends to market trends and even inside scoops in the case of corporate blogs. As highlighted in a talk at the recent Black Hat security conference, the bad news is that web-based feeds such as RSS and Atom, which quickly send updated blog information to subscribers, are not without their risks.

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