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Follow the very simple form on the site: http://www.mergepdf.net/ Combine PDF documents: 1. Select two (or more) PDF files to be joined together by pressing "Pick files..." 2. Press t… Read More
Dechilo Avatar
6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Follow the very simple form on the site:

http://www.mergepdf.net/

Combine PDF documents:
1. Select two (or more) PDF files to be joined together by pressing "Pick files..."

2. Press the "Merge PDF !" button to upload and combine the selected documents!

I found uploading the documents in a logical order ensured they were ordered exactly how I wanted them. Great little site that does not require downloading of other programs.

Hope this helps someone else out. I have found it useful in the past.
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#1
Depending on what your joining, do you really want to upload your documents to a third party?
#2
arduino
Depending on what your joining, do you really want to upload your documents to a third party?


Depending on what you are joining do you trust freeware you have installed on your own computer? Very easy to attach a trojan to the back of it.

I would not advise uploading important PRIVATE documents but forms / non-private data is good to merge via free services (in general). Use it wisely and its a great product.
#3
Dechilo
arduino
Depending on what your joining, do you really want to upload your documents to a third party?


Depending on what you are joining do you trust freeware you have installed on your own computer? Very easy to attach a trojan to the back of it.

I would not advise uploading important PRIVATE documents but forms / non-private data is good to merge via free services (in general). Use it wisely and its a great product.


I tend to use open source software, I can see what the applications are doing. LibreOffice can import PDFs, allowing you to merge them.

Investigating exactly what a closed source solution does make it a slightly more time consuming task, but possible.

Even on the windows platforms most free antivirus software can detect a vast percentage of trojans.

Regarding uploading documents, it would be trivial for a script to text index any documents you upload, extracting email addresses and phone numbers which they could then sell on to spammers. With a little more effort postal addresses could be extracted.

Your advice, which we agree on, unfortunetly would not be a consideration for many people using such a service.
#4
arduino
Even on the windows platforms most free antivirus software can detect a vast percentage of trojans.


You are vastly underestimating malware if you truely believe any anti-virus fully protects you. If I remember correctly. Oracle, the company that owns Sun micro systems and the probably biggest commercial database (oracle) had a security flaw in their software which took 6 years to patch. Some patches get fixed within a few days, others take much longer and rely on people not knowing about them.
To be truly safe on the internet - don't connect at all!

If you are not living in a cardboard box, use the internet with a bit of caution and think who you are sending ANY data to. Be it as simple as your name/address/email/phone number/credit card details/bank details/etc.

If you want to merge forms from the internet or websites given it does not include the information above, its a great site to use.
#5
Dechilo
arduino
Even on the windows platforms most free antivirus software can detect a vast percentage of trojans.


You are vastly underestimating malware if you truely believe any anti-virus fully protects you. If I remember correctly. Oracle, the company that owns Sun micro systems and the probably biggest commercial database (oracle) had a security flaw in their software which took 6 years to patch. Some patches get fixed within a few days, others take much longer and rely on people not knowing about them.
To be truly safe on the internet - don't connect at all!

If you are not living in a cardboard box, use the internet with a bit of caution and think who you are sending ANY data to. Be it as simple as your name/address/email/phone number/credit card details/bank details/etc.

If you want to merge forms from the internet or websites given it does not include the information above, its a great site to use.


You are vastly underestimating malware if you truely believe any anti-virus fully protects you.


Thanks for reading something I didn't say. I clearly stated that good anti virus software protects from a vast percentage of malware. There are attack vectors which such things don't cater for. Please stop claiming I said things that I didn't say, or that I believe things you imagine I said you did.

Oracle, the company that owns Sun micro systems and the probably biggest commercial database (oracle) had a security flaw in their software which took 6 years to patch. Some patches get fixed within a few days, others take much longer and rely on people not knowing about them.


True, what relevence does this have to my statements.


If you are not living in a cardboard box, use the internet with a bit of caution and think who you are sending ANY data to. Be it as simple as your name/address/email/phone number/credit card details/bank details/etc.


Agreed, but as I've already stated many people do not have the common sense to do so, or are just too lazy to care.

Edited By: arduino on Feb 15, 2011 13:34
#6
arduino
Depending on what your joining, do you really want to upload your documents to a third party?
common sense really the files i will be using are not private eg. art over the internet and sewing patterns not an issue.
#7
arduino
Dechilo
arduino
Even on the windows platforms most free antivirus software can detect a vast percentage of trojans.


You are vastly underestimating malware if you truely believe any anti-virus fully protects you. If I remember correctly. Oracle, the company that owns Sun micro systems and the probably biggest commercial database (oracle) had a security flaw in their software which took 6 years to patch. Some patches get fixed within a few days, others take much longer and rely on people not knowing about them.
To be truly safe on the internet - don't connect at all!

If you are not living in a cardboard box, use the internet with a bit of caution and think who you are sending ANY data to. Be it as simple as your name/address/email/phone number/credit card details/bank details/etc.

If you want to merge forms from the internet or websites given it does not include the information above, its a great site to use.


You are vastly underestimating malware if you truely believe any anti-virus fully protects you.


Thanks for reading something I didn't say. I clearly stated that good anti virus software protects from a vast percentage of malware. There are attack vectors which such things don't cater for. Please stop claiming I said things that I didn't say, or that I believe things you imagine I said you did.

Oracle, the company that owns Sun micro systems and the probably biggest commercial database (oracle) had a security flaw in their software which took 6 years to patch. Some patches get fixed within a few days, others take much longer and rely on people not knowing about them.


True, what relevence does this have to my statements.


If you are not living in a cardboard box, use the internet with a bit of caution and think who you are sending ANY data to. Be it as simple as your name/address/email/phone number/credit card details/bank details/etc.


Agreed, but as I've already stated many people do not have the common sense to do so, or are just too lazy to care.

nice one Dechilo, I think he underestimates the individual,alot of us are not dependant and can think for ourselves
#8
honeypop
arduino
Dechilo
arduino
Even on the windows platforms most free antivirus software can detect a vast percentage of trojans.


You are vastly underestimating malware if you truely believe any anti-virus fully protects you. If I remember correctly. Oracle, the company that owns Sun micro systems and the probably biggest commercial database (oracle) had a security flaw in their software which took 6 years to patch. Some patches get fixed within a few days, others take much longer and rely on people not knowing about them.
To be truly safe on the internet - don't connect at all!

If you are not living in a cardboard box, use the internet with a bit of caution and think who you are sending ANY data to. Be it as simple as your name/address/email/phone number/credit card details/bank details/etc.

If you want to merge forms from the internet or websites given it does not include the information above, its a great site to use.


You are vastly underestimating malware if you truely believe any anti-virus fully protects you.


Thanks for reading something I didn't say. I clearly stated that good anti virus software protects from a vast percentage of malware. There are attack vectors which such things don't cater for. Please stop claiming I said things that I didn't say, or that I believe things you imagine I said you did.

Oracle, the company that owns Sun micro systems and the probably biggest commercial database (oracle) had a security flaw in their software which took 6 years to patch. Some patches get fixed within a few days, others take much longer and rely on people not knowing about them.


True, what relevence does this have to my statements.


If you are not living in a cardboard box, use the internet with a bit of caution and think who you are sending ANY data to. Be it as simple as your name/address/email/phone number/credit card details/bank details/etc.


Agreed, but as I've already stated many people do not have the common sense to do so, or are just too lazy to care.

nice one Dechilo, I think he underestimates the individual,alot of us are not dependant and can think for ourselves


You've quoted my reply to Dechilo, not Dechilo themselves. Thanks for jumping to conclusions though.

Do you understand the difference between the words dependant (a person who depends on another person, organization, etc., for support, aid, or sustenance, esp financial support) and dependent (Contingent on another, Subordinate.)?
#9
honeypop
arduino
Depending on what your joining, do you really want to upload your documents to a third party?
common sense really the files i will be using are not private eg. art over the internet and sewing patterns not an issue.

Your communication skills are terrible, a little punctuation goes a long way.

Again, you're speaking only for yourself, I was making a more general point that others may not have considered.

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