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PDF Conversion Tool - PDF converter for Windows 10 - free on Microsoft Store
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PDF Conversion Tool - PDF converter for Windows 10 - free on Microsoft Store

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App supports huge number of types. Also it is possible to compress, protect and unlock PDF files. Really nice offer!
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dragonsmum02/11/2019 20:30

I think you will find that you need to know the password in order to …I think you will find that you need to know the password in order to remove it


DemonIT02/11/2019 21:28

I think you’ll find you don’t.


Are you sure Demon? To test this I created a pdf, protected it with a password and saved it. I then checked opening it and it prompted for the password, so all good. Then I launched this application, I chose 'Unlock protected file' (see first screenshot below), and the application prompted for the password (see second screenshot below). I entered an incorrect password and it went into a continuous loop which looked as though it was trying to decrypt the password but was stuck at 0% for ages (see third screenshot below). I then closed down the app, reopened it, opened the protected pdf, entered the correct password when it prompted for it and it then instantly gave me the option to re-save the file and once saved, the pdf could be opened without entering the password again (as the application had removed the password protection). So that, admittedly short and rather unscientific test, suggests that you do need to know the password in order to remove the protection. Perhaps if i'd let the application run for longer than the 10 minutes I waited it might be able to decrypt the password but it's not telling you that it is decrypting the password, it just sits at that 0%.

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Nice, cheers! H+
Will give it try. Can be very useful
There were a lot of useful comments the last time this was free:
hotukdeals.com/dea…394

I've 'bought' this (free of charge) in the store, but I've not installed it. The main use that I can see is that it strips out the protection from passworded PDFs. That might be useful one day - if it works.
GDB222202/11/2019 17:13

There were a lot of useful comments the last time this was …There were a lot of useful comments the last time this was free:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pdf-conversion-tool-windows-usually-749-now-free-at-microsoft-store-3226394I've 'bought' this (free of charge) in the store, but I've not installed it. The main use that I can see is that it strips out the protection from passworded PDFs. That might be useful one day - if it works.


I think you will find that you need to know the password in order to remove it
dragonsmum02/11/2019 20:30

I think you will find that you need to know the password in order to …I think you will find that you need to know the password in order to remove it


I think you’ll find you don’t.
Thanks!
dragonsmum02/11/2019 20:30

I think you will find that you need to know the password in order to …I think you will find that you need to know the password in order to remove it


DemonIT02/11/2019 21:28

I think you’ll find you don’t.


Are you sure Demon? To test this I created a pdf, protected it with a password and saved it. I then checked opening it and it prompted for the password, so all good. Then I launched this application, I chose 'Unlock protected file' (see first screenshot below), and the application prompted for the password (see second screenshot below). I entered an incorrect password and it went into a continuous loop which looked as though it was trying to decrypt the password but was stuck at 0% for ages (see third screenshot below). I then closed down the app, reopened it, opened the protected pdf, entered the correct password when it prompted for it and it then instantly gave me the option to re-save the file and once saved, the pdf could be opened without entering the password again (as the application had removed the password protection). So that, admittedly short and rather unscientific test, suggests that you do need to know the password in order to remove the protection. Perhaps if i'd let the application run for longer than the 10 minutes I waited it might be able to decrypt the password but it's not telling you that it is decrypting the password, it just sits at that 0%.

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Blasphemous02/11/2019 22:43

Are you sure Demon? To test this I created a pdf, protected it with a …Are you sure Demon? To test this I created a pdf, protected it with a password and saved it. I then checked opening it and it prompted for the password, so all good. Then I launched this application, I chose 'Unlock protected file' (see first screenshot below), and the application prompted for the password (see second screenshot below). I entered an incorrect password and it went into a continuous loop which looked as though it was trying to decrypt the password but was stuck at 0% for ages (see third screenshot below). I then closed down the app, reopened it, opened the protected pdf, entered the correct password when it prompted for it and it then instantly gave me the option to re-save the file and once saved, the pdf could be opened without entering the password again (as the application had removed the password protection). So that, admittedly short and rather unscientific test, suggests that you do need to know the password in order to remove the protection. Perhaps if i'd let the application run for longer than the 10 minutes I waited it might be able to decrypt the password but it's not telling you that it is decrypting the password, it just sits at that 0%.[Image] [Image] [Image]


Prove a point why don't you 😃
Taken, thanks OP
Not sure about this tool :-S
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