Master PDF Password

  • Secure PDF Passwords: Enable those password options you want available to your users. Random Passwords is the easiest and most commonly used. 


  • Master PDF Password (Permissions Password): If you plan to use the “Send Secure PDF Attachment” Send Option, you will want to create a Firm or Master Password. This Master Password will open ANY Secured PDF Attachment created through SafeSend. Think of this password as a “backdoor” into all secured PDF Attachments. This way you do not need to know the clients password to open the file. This password should be something relative to your firm members and follow good password policy criteria (at least 8 characters, combination of character types).

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