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Struts & Hibernate
-none- 2007-10-03 - By Paulo Soares
iTextSharp 4.0.4 and newer enforce the password restrictions just like
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> From: itext-questions-bounces@(protected)
> [mailto:itext-questions-bounces@(protected)] On
> Behalf Of sureshhalade
> Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 6:02 AM
> To: itext-questions@(protected)
> Subject: Re: [iText-questions] Query related to iTextSharp 4.0.4
> Adding to the last thread, when I saw your reply to the
> thread "PdfReader
> not opened with owner password ", I have tried decrypting a
> pdf file by user
> password using iTextSharp 4.0.3 and its working fine.
> But is it safe to use iTextSharp version 4.0.3 instead of
> iTextSharp 4.0.4
> for decryption of pdf files in our application? Or does it have any
> limitations on it?
> sureshhalade wrote:
> > Hi...
> > Thx for your prompt reply.
> > But can I decrypt a pdf file which is encrypted by user
> password only (no
> > owner password set) using PdfStamper or any other class of
> > Or is there any workaround for the same using iTextSharp classes?
> > -Suresh
> > Paulo Soares wrote:
> >>> -- --Original Message-- --
> >>> From: itext-questions-bounces@(protected)
> >>> [mailto:itext-questions-bounces@(protected)] On
> >>> Behalf Of suresh.halade@(protected)
> >>> Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 2:10 PM
> >>> To: itext-questions@(protected)
> >>> Subject: [iText-questions] Query related to iTextSharp 4.0.4
> >>> Hello...
> >>> I am using iTextSharp 4.0.4 class library and its PdfReader
> >>> and PdfStamper classes for decryption of pdf files.
> >>> I could succeed with decrypting pdf files with following cases -->
> >>> 1. Pdf file encrypted with both user and owner password.
> >>> 2. Pdf file encrypted with only the owner password.
> >>> But I am not able to decrypt it in the case where Pdf file is
> >>> encrypted with both only user password.
> >> That won't even work in Acrobat. The user and owner
> passwords must be
> >> different.
> >> Paulo
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