Organization today typically prefer to use PDF files to send across important data such as reports and other insights as the format opens exactly in the same manner in every system. Moreover with the PDF format you can choose to enforce passwords and make the file secure. However if you are looking to upload or share critical business data then you need to consider using a tough encryption standard like the AES. This highly sophisticated symmetric key algorithm can be best implemented through a 256 bit key by using the Pdf Security of 256 bit AES 2.0.0 application.
On launch the Pdf Security of 256 bit AES 2.0.0 greets you with a minimalistic interface which even a novice user can learn to use within minutes. To encrypt a PDF file you need to click on Add PDF button and select the file from its location. Next you can set the encryption level by putting place passwords to open and modify the document. It also gives you the option to set parameters for printing and copying. You also need to specify the encryption level and 256 bit AES should be default for all important files. Once the encryption level is set, just choose the output path and click on Lock PDF option to encrypt the file. Incidentally the tool allows you to name the Output file by adding a suffix to it, so that you can easily distinguish it from the original file. The encryption process is completed within minutes unless you are dealing with a huge PDF file.
Our attempts to break a PDF file encrypted with the Pdf Security of 256 bit AES 2.0.0 application using a brute force tool simply did not work. Thus we rate this application with a score of four rating stars for enforcing stringent security on PDF files.