Friday, April 9, 2010

More PDF Security Problems

On top of previous warnings, Adobe and FoxIt have announced actions that users should implement to prevent malicious programs from being automatically launched when opening an infected PDF file.  An excellent article on the subject was posted on the ZDNet blog Zero Day by Ryan Naraine and Dancho Danchev at:

Program security updates are expected to be released during the week of April 12, 2010.

1 comment:

  1. Hi all,

    Nice blog! If you are distributing a PDF to others, especially if it contains sensitive material or content you don't want edited, you can secure the document with a password. There are two types of passwords you can set on a PDF, one is document open password, which must be entered to view the document, and a permission password, which is required to make any changes to restrictions on the document. Thanks...

    DRM Protection