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About 35 informative sessions across a wide range of topics, including the next-generation PDF project. Within the video frames you can use the red “play” button to get a short impression of the talk or can enjoy the high resolution version by clicking …
Qoppa Software is happy to announce the availability of PDF Automation Server in the Amazon AWS Marketplace. This will make it easier for ASW customers to automate PDF document workflows in the cloud.
callas software, market leader for automated PDF quality control and archival solutions, today releases version 9.2 of its pdfToolbox product line. The main new feature in pdfToolbox 9.2 is the ability to search for fix-ups, checks, profiles … across multiple libraries, but a host of smaller features can be found throughout the product.
callas software, a leading provider of automatic PDF processing and archiving solutions, today announced that version 7 of its flagship product pdfaPilot is now available. The latest release of this long-established software solution for converting files to PDF/A and validating them is now also compatible with veraPDF. veraPDF is an EU-supported project which involves the creation of a new test data set for all standard PDF/A components, as well as an open source PDF/A validator. The expanded functionality in the new version of pdfaPilot also includes automated flexible placement of any type of content. This gives users additional options for automating their PDF-related processes.
The VIP Event for Print & Publishing is an educational event organized by axaio, callas and Four Pees. Originally targeted at resellers and integrators, it has become an open event for anyone who wants to acquire in-depth knowledge and get hands-on experience with callas pdfToolbox, pdfaPilot or pdfChip, axaio MadeToPrint or MadeToTag, Insoft Imp, FileTrain, iC3D, tFLOW, or any of the other products distributed by Four Pees.
In our changing world, print and web flow together in all kinds of interesting ways. Having a format capable of catering to both worlds, with the strengths of both worlds, would be very exciting!
As we reported yesterday, those in the crypto world are well-aware that Google and others have proven that SHA-1, the venerable cryptographic hash function standard, is dead. The consequences, however, are yet to be determined. Somewhere, it is safe to …
It is now proven that the contents of a PDF hashed with SHA-1 can be changed without invalidating the signature, with significant consequences for older software implementations.