The PDF Association, a not-for-profit organization designed to foster universal public standards for PDF technology, today announced the publication of Technical Note 0010, a set of 29 exhaustively researched and peer-reviewed resolutions to a variety of ambiguities in the PDF/A specifications.
Version 1.6 features the ability to check for updated software, among other enhancements and corrections.
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.
The veraPDF consortium has completed PREFORMA’s prototyping phase, and has been awarded the contract for the final six month testing phase.
The first post-Adobe ISO standard for PDF technology creates new opportunities for developers of electronic document software. Berlin, February 2, 2017 –The PDF Association, the non-profit industry trade-group for organizations specializing in PDF tech …
The US Access Board has issued new rules updating its “Section 508” accessibility requirements. PDF/UA-1 support is required for PDF creation software producing PDF 1.7 files.
The veraPDF consortium has released version 1.0 release of its veraPDF software for validating all parts and conformance levels of ISO 19005 (PDF/A). This release is required by PREFORMA in order to initiate Phase 3 testing and acceptance.