Encrypt your PDF with a password to keep content confidential.
Steps to password protect your PDF document
1. Click "Select Files" or Drag and Drop to upload your file.
2. Type in a password.
3. Click "Encrypt PDF
4. Download your new encrypted PDF File.
- Encrypting a PDF File
In order to protect your PDF file, you will need to upload it to our conversion tool. Once this is complete, you can add a password to the file. After having saved the changes and we have set a password for your file, your new PDF file will be 100% encrypted and protected from prying eyes.
- Upload and Download Encryption
A secure SSL connection is utilized to upload your file from your local hard-drive to us. Once we have created the protected PDF file for you, and you have initiated a download, another SSL encrypted connection will be setup.
- Online-Ease and Use
Our Protect PDF service is all online-based. It is as secure as it comes and all operating systems are supported and welcomed on our website. This make it easy for anyone operating on Windows, Mac or Linux platform to use our service. All it requires is an Internet connection to start protecting your PDF files.
- 256-Bit Encryption
In order to protect your PDF files, our system utilizes 256-Bit encryption protocol to set your password. This also means that once your password is set, it will be nearly impossible to crack.
- Safety is in numbers
When protecting a PDF file, the length of the password is adamant to keep unwanted individuals from gaining access to your file. Our recommendations are always to have a minimum of 9 characters, including alpha-numeric characters, mixed use of capital letters and signs.
- Cloud and Password
If you are in possession of a PDF file and you don't have access to Adobe Acrobat Reader, then our cloud solution is your first and best tool to start protecting your files. Upload, set your password, let us do the rest and finally download your newly encrypted file.