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The new VSCode extension by the PDF Association provides PDF syntax awareness to this popular editor, and is designed to support those learning PDF as … Read moreCONTINUE READING
PDF is a large, complex specification! Developers often look for first steps in its implementation. This article offers some suggestions.
iText 8 is launches in its first release as part of the Apryse family.
The PDF Association is pleased to announce no-cost availability of ISO/TS 32003, adding support for AES-GCM to PDF 2.0.
Now anyone can download the latest PDF specification, ISO 32000-2, at NO COST! What are you waiting for?
ISO TC 171 SC 2 is publishing new extensions and clarifications to PDF 2.0 in support of advanced cryptography.
A commentary on the interoperability of encrypting PDF documents with public-key cryptography.
Matthias Valvekens explains the difference and respective value of digital signatures vs. MAC-based technology for authenticating PDF files.
Matthias Valvekens, the ISO project leader who led development of ISO 32004, has written a pair of blog posts to explain what ISO 32004 does and does not achieve in leveraging MAC technology for securing encrypted PDF files against tampering.
Non-rectangular links are coming to PDF 2.0! This article offers some background to link technology in PDF and discusses the forthcoming Extension to PDF 2.0.
With the publication of ISO/TS 24064 PDF 2.0 now supports three 3D formats: U3D, PRC and STEP.