Tag: signatures

Using PDF to send an S/FAX over IP

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Stefan Engelbert explains why he believes PDF is an ideal solution for modern document exchange, incorporating the advantages of letters, FAX and S/MIME for transporting secure email.

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BFO partners with Security Expert nCipher

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Big Faceless Organization (BFO) recently announced its partnership with cryptographic security leader, nCipher. This partnership enables true compatibility between BFO and nCipher products and will help users to implement advanced document security.

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Are Acrobat and Reader mature enough for digital signatures?

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German publishing Web site ‘heise online’ asks — and attempts to answer — the question: Are Acrobat and Adobe Reader now mature enough for digital signatures? If you’ve got an opinion, share it in the Planet PDF Forum!

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Sign PDFs with security

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You don’t need a pen to sign an electronic document. Security features in Adobe Acrobat 7.0 let you sign documents, whether to simply show approval or to control access and modifications to the documents you distribute. This tip from Adobe.com explains how.

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Adobe Reader 7.0 available for download

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Adobe Systems has posted the official release of its free
Adobe Reader 7.0 software, offering enhanced features and
capabilities.

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Adobe to discontinue Acrobat Approval, offering migration paths

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Adobe recently announced it will soon discontinue Acrobat
Approval, the Acrobat 5-based forms solution that was not
updated with the release of Acrobat 6.

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nCipher launches Acrobat-based digital signing system

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nCipher has announced pdfProof, its turnkey solution that can be used to establish ‘a single point within in the enterprise to digitally sign and securely time stamp’ any PDF document directly from any desktop equipped with Acrobat 6.

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