PDF Unlocker Online Removes PDF Permissions in Web Browsers
Today PDFZilla releases PDF Unlocker Online, which unlocks secured PDF Files to standard PDFs fast and easily in Web Browsers. No uploading process, no file number limit, no subscription and no registration required.
Normally, people can use the PDF reader program to open common PDF files, and can print the content, copy text or convert to other formats. However, sometimes users may find that some PDF files could be viewed by the reader like common PDFs, but the content could not be printed or copied. These files are protected PDF files that have been locked by the PDF creator. If users want to remove these permissions, they can use PDF Unlocker Online to directly unlock the PDF file printing, copying and other functional restrictions on the browser.
Considering that many users are worried about data security, PDF Unlocker Online is designed to load and run the program directly on the local browser, so it does not require people to upload PDF files to the server. After clicking the “Select…” button and opening the PDF file, PDF Unlocker Online will read the selected PDF data to the browser. Once clicking on the “Unlock” button, it will immediately clean the PDF file restrictions and prompt users to save the unlocked file as a new PDF. Thus, users don’t need to worry about the leakage of sensitive PDF data, because the entire unlocking process is completely run on the local computer.
The unlocking speed of PDF Unlocker Online is also very fast. Since it runs completely locally on the browser, the development team has optimized its speed to the best. It can usually unlock a protected PDF file within 2-3 seconds (if PDF file size larger than 10 MB, it may take a few more seconds).
Highlights of PDF Unlocker Online
– No file limit
– No need to upload PDF files
– Unlock PDF files in seconds
– Works with most popular browsers
– No user registration required
– No need to install software
– Data and privacy security
– Completely free
PDF Unlocker Online can be used straightly from its homepage via your web browser: