Secure PDF Documents
One of the main reasons that PDF has become a mainstream file format choice for so many is the security that it offers. PDF has been adopted as the ideal format for users that need to send and share documents and still want to maintain control over who has access to them or who can modify them. With the vast number of files being emailed and shared every day, document security is more important now than ever before.
- Secure with password
- Control permission levels
- Manage digital signatures
- Benefit from 256-bit encryption
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Soda PDF Security
With 256-bit encryption, Soda PDF boasts the highest level of security in the PDF industry and is equipped with multiple features to keep your documents safe. Use Soda PDF to secure your PDF documents with password protection and manage permission levels to determine who can open, print and edit them.
By securing your PDF documents you can be sure that the content is not opened or altered by unauthorized users and that it will reach its final destination as it was intended to. Soda PDF is the perfect tool for maintaining control of vital or private information and for keeping it safe.
How Soda PDF’s security tools can save the day
Let's say that you are a freelance web designer and you want to send a proposal and a quote to a client. If you were to send these documents in an unsecure format, the client could make modifications to the agreement without your knowing. By sending the documents as secured PDFs, you can be sure that the content in the files will remain as you intended it to and will be safe from modifications by anyone other than you – possibly saving you time, money and headaches.
Did You Know?
Encryption refers to the process of transforming information so that it can't be read by anyone other than those who possess a password or key. 256-bit encryption is the highest level available for PDF documents.