PDF Decrypter Pro for removing password restrictions
March 03, 2011. From Rowan Hanna, Planet PDF Contributing Editor
PDFDecrypter.com, a developer of Windows-based utilities, announces PDF Decrypter Pro 3.0, its new utility for removing the password protection from Adobe PDF documents. The software creates a separate copy of the PDF document without any restrictions and this document can be printed, copied, or modified.
PDF Decrypter Pro 3.0 offers a simple, easy-to-use interface for unlocking PDF documents. A user starts the program and can then either drag-and-drop the protected PDF file onto the main window or open the protected PDF by using the Decrypt PDF button. Subsequently, the program "reads" the document, removes all restrictions, and creates a copy of the PDF document.
PDF Decrypter Pro 3.0 supports 40-bit RC4, 128-bit RC4, and 128-bit AES encryption algorithms. It runs on Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7, and 10. The program supports all Adobe PDF documents. A free trial version is available for download from PDF Decrypter Pro.