Password protect your PDF to keep out any unwanted guests!
Our user-friendly software interface makes adding passwords to PDF files a breeze. Our File table is designed to make it easy to work with a lot of input files for batch processing, adding protection to multiple PDFs simultaneously.
Our password protector tool prevents anyone without a password from opening and accessing the content of your file. Simply select the file you wish to protect, and create your custom password.
We care about your privacy and that’s why we will never share your documents with the third parties. As a matter of fact, Your files will not be uploaded to our server,all work is done on the local computer.
Our desktop application currently only supports windows 7+ (32-bit / 64-bit) operating system. In the future, we will gradually develop versions for Mac, Linux, IOS, Android and other platforms.
The strongest and most secure level of encryption within PDF format is 256-bit AES, which has never been cracked! This guarantees that your file will be under the best protection available.
Our desktop application, you can Encrypt PDF file with a password. No email address required. You are not asked for any personal information, password protect PDF files without login.
The PDF password security has been always widely usedin document publishing, reading and printing, Its goal is preserve and protect the PDF content from unauthorized editing, opening, copying or printing.You can follow these steps to password protect the PDF file.
For security and confidentiality, PDF files can be password protected to restrict the viewing of the content only to selected users, or they can be secured by modifying the permission settings to prevent modification of the file contents and printing. If you are using Windows follow the guide below to password protect a PDF file.
If you distribute or upload to a web site a non-protected and unsecure PDF document, you are exposing your document to be exploited, as the PDF file can be easily shared. To prevent this from happening, you can password protect PDF files ensuring that your PDF document is protected without being exposed.
To add more security when protecting your PDF files with a password, it is important to ensure that the password is substantial, with at least sixteen characters and a mix of lowercase as well as uppercase letters, including symbols and numbers – using special characters, punctuation and digits will enhance the strength of the password.