podofoencrypt - encrypt PDF files and set PDF security settings


   podofoencrypt   [--rc4v1]  [--rc4v2]  [--aes]  [-u  <userpassword>]  -o
   <ownerpassword> <inputfile> <outputfile>


   podofoencrypt is one of the command line tools from the PoDoFo  library
   that  provide  several useful operations to work with PDF files. It can
   encrypt PDF files using RC4 or AES encoding and can  set  PDF  security


          Display the help text


                 Use rc4v1 encryption

                 Use rc4v2 encryption (Default value)

                 Use aes encryption (currently not supported)


          -u <password>
                 An optional user password

          -o <password>
                 The required owner password



                 Allow printing the document


                 Allow  modification  of the document besides annotations,
                 form fields or changing pages


                 Allow extraction of text and graphics


                 Add  or  modify  text  annoations  or  form  fields   (if
                 ePdfPermissions_Edit   is   set   also  allow  to  create
                 interactive form fields including signature)


                 Fill in existing form or signature fields


                 Extract  text  and  graphics   to   support   user   with


                 Assemble  the  document:  insert,  create,  rotate delete
                 pages or add bookmarks


                 Print a high resolution version of the document


   podofobox(1),    podofocountpages(1),    podofocrop(1),    podofogc(1),
   podofoimg2pdf(1),   podofoimgextract(1),   podofoincrementalupdates(1),
   podofoimpose(1),  podofomerge(1),   podofopages(1),   podofopdfinfo(1),
   podofotxt2pdf(1),       podofotxtextract(1),       podofouncompress(1),


   PoDoFo is written by Dominik Seichter <domseichter@web.de> and others.

   This manual page was written by Oleksandr Moskalenko <malex@debian.org>
   for the Debian Project (but may be used by others).

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