Does anyone know how to add standard security to an existing PDF document programmatically. I don't want to pay for a standalone program such as SecurSign from Appligent. Is there a free package, or one with a minimal cost that I can work into my Java program. Thanks.
I did go thru the link
It seems like the answer
There is also this link might be a good reference
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