Today many digital documents are shared with one another using the PDF file format. Since thyese PDF documents can also be of a sensitive nature, one would naturally want to protect them with a password. This is a function that can be performed using a tool called iSafePDF.
iSafePDF is a simple desktop application for Windows. The program does not require any installation: it is only an executable file that comes in a ZIP archive sized at 1.2 MB. Run the application and this is the kind of image you will see:
After specifying your source and target files, you can add a digital signature to the PDF under the “Signature” tab or choose to encrypt it through a password, under the “Encryption” tab.
In the program, your password appears in its actual form and not turned into asterisks.
With your options entered, you can click on the “Process” button under the “Document” tab to create a new PDF of your specified settings. A confirmation of successful creation is shown.
When you or anybody else opens the newly created PDF file, your set password needs to be entered before the PDF’s contents can be viewed.
Get iSafePDF from here.