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Adobe Locks Down PDFs, Releases Acrobat 7.0
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/06/2005 07:15:00 PM.

Adobe on Wednesday released software that lets enterprises assign digital rights to PDF files so that unauthorized users aren't allowed to open, print, or exchange sensitive documents.

LifeCycle Policy Server, which debuted in February 2004, at the Demo 2004 conference, lets organizations set rights policies to PDFs, including those distributed outside the enterprise.

The software determines who can view a PDF document, and whether that person can change, copy, print, or forward the document via e-mail. Permissions can be changed or even revoked at any time, and are implemented the next time the user tries to access the document, since the Policy Server is called on to provide authentication.

Policy Server, which sells for $50,000, runs on Windows, Red Hat Linux, IBM's AIX, and Sun Solaris. Support for Novell's SuSE Linux and HP-UX will be added in the first half of 2005.

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