5th December 2011
The Most Secure PDF DRM & Copy Protection For Adobe Reader Users
December 5, 2011 – Normally, any protection for PDF documents, even a simple
password or an expiry protection, requires encryption to ensure that the
document's contents are secure until such time that certain requirements are
met. But with the ASPS Web Reader, such preparation is no longer necessary.
The ASPS Web Reader provides the most secure copy protection for all types of media that can be embedded on a web page. However, for PDF documents it can do much more. Due to the fact that the ASPS Web Reader can copy protect anything in its window without requiring any special treatment of it, plus the ability to index a web older on the fly, ASPS can provide absolute security for PDF documents that can be read by any version of Adobe Reader.
By enabling Adobe Reader as the PDF resource for displaying PDF in the web
browser window, support is maintained for all of the latest features that are available
to Adobe Reader such as interactive web forms, embedded sound and video, and
even 3D CAD objects. What this means is that if your PDF can be viewed in Adobe
Reader, then it will certainly be viewable in the ASPS Web Reader.
No special treatment is needed of the PDF at all. All you have to do is upload/copy your PDF files to the main PDF folder. Then the ASPS PDF Manager will automatically index all folders and sub-folders to create a dynamic index to suit the visitor's requirements. Different users can be assigned individual start points in the folder structure, which is an ideal option for providing limited access to different groups of users..
Click to read more about ASPS and how it can
copy protect Adobe PDF files.
Click to try out the new
ASPS Secure PDF
To access the ASPS Secure PDF demonstration above, you will need to have the
ASPS Web Reader already installed. Click to download the
ASPS Web Reader. Then
use any normal web browser to visit the demo. Once there, you can activate the
Web Reader to log-in.
Back to Press Releases