Tag: redaction

Redact-It 2.0 released

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Informative Graphics Corporation has announced the immediate release of a major update to its electronic redaction software. Redact-It 2.0 adds optical character recognition (OCR) of PDF files, along with support for redaction across a greater range of file formats, including WordPerfect, TXT and RTF.

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PDF Developer Libraries

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Please click here to read about PDF Developer Libraries.

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Redax 5.0 released

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Appligent Document Solutions has launched version 5 of its Redax plug-in for Adobe Acrobat on Windows. The software allows users to permanently redact (censor) information in PDF documents.

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Appligent updates enterprise-class redaction software

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Appligent Document Solutions has announced the availability of version 3 of its enterprise-class Redax Enterprise Server software for Windows, Linux 32-bit and 64-bit, and Solaris. According to the company, AIX and HP-UX releases will follow shortly.

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This Week in PDF: Mac-based PDF editor adds redaction functionality

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This week in PDF has seen major updates to a Mac-based PDF editing application and a PDF-to-InDesign conversion tool.

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This week in PDF: Enterprise PDF security solution announced

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This week in PDF has seen the announcement of an enterprise PDF security solution, the launch of a server-based redaction product, a major update to a PDF developer component, and support for searchable PDFs added to a popular scanning product.

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This week in PDF: Acrobat 8 rolls out

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This week in PDF, Adobe released a major update to its flagship product range, with PDF security vendor FileOpen immediately announcing full compatibility, while AIIM declares a push towards a standardized document format in healthcare. Conference attendees at the PDF Central Conference were given a full overview by Adobe’s Lori DeFurio (see Karl’s Corner for more).

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This week in PDF: PDF education

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As Adobe rightly grabs headlines with its announcement of the Acrobat 8 family of products, this week in PDF sees the announcement of a series of workflow seminars, the association of a PDF/A resource and updates to both a PDF censorship tool and a network PDF printing solution.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Scrub documents the NSA way!

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According to a post on Boing Boing, Steve Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) has posted the US National Security Agency’s guide to sanitizing Word and PDF documents.

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Military gaffe results in classified data leak

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A gaffe by the US military has caused an inadvertent information leak in a report that was posted to the Pentagon website over the weekend. Just a few clicks were enough to reveal names, training procedures and other secrets the U.S. military thought it had blacked out in a PDF report — a process formally known as ‘redaction.’

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