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[Freeware] PDF Anti-Copy

Posted In PDF tools - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 With No Comments »

PDF (Portable Document Format) is one of the most popular document formats in the world. As the name suggests, PDF files are portable and they are compatible to most systems because they can be converted into some of the other editable formats like MS Word, Excel and TXT. However, there would be a lot of PDF documents are important to some users and they would never want other people to convert or copy the content, so the easiest way is adding restrictions and permissions to their PDF documents. But there are so many unlocking software products and websites on the net allow people to crack the restrictions from PDF files very fast, and then the content of PDF docs could be copied and converted again.

PDF Anti-Copy

PDF Anti-Copy v1.0 is a PDF protection tool that prevents PDF content from being copied and converted to editable formats like MS Word, Excel and TXT. After processed by PDF Anti-Copy, your sensitive PDF content could be opened and viewed, but will not be copied and converted to editable formats.

Unlike normal PDF protection tools only adding restrictions and permissions to PDF docs, PDF Anti-Copy processes all the words and graphics on your selected important PDF pages to secure PDF documents, without changing the original content format. The processed PDF docs could be viewed by any of PDF Readers, but copying and converting the content on the protected pages will not work even people uses the PDF permission cracking or restriction cracking programs.

Features of PDF Anti-Copy:

  • 100% FREE
  • PDF Content Anti-copy
  • Prevent from being converted to editable formats like MS Word, Excel and TXT etc.
  • Selective Page Protection
  • Keep the original PDF format and quality
  • Multi-language: English, Chinese, German, French

Homepage: https://pdfanticopy.com

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