[texhax] Signed PDF documents in a LaTeX way ?

Brent Legge Brent.Legge at messagingdirect.com
Thu Mar 16 16:41:35 CET 2006

I cannot remember the exact thread, but I believe this java based 
application may help you


which depends on the following library:


So with this you can script your processing if you are of mind to.  But 
it works nicely as a command line utility.



Dieter Meinert wrote:

>Hi all,
> I remember having read, a couple of years ago, about a package to use
> cryptographic facilities of PDF from LaTeX, in order to produce signed
> encrypted or access limited) documents. But I seem too dumb to find it
> an update again.
> Since now I have need of using the signatures, and do not want to
> load the documents into acrobat, could anyone please tell me whether
> works and give me a pointer to some documentation ?
> Regards
> 							Dieter Meinert
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