Adam Hardy wrote:
> Just thought I'd ask, even though my web searches don't reveal anything
> but Adobe promises and work-arounds involving printing to postscript on a
> windows box first - but is there software for linux to read DRM pdfs?
Maintainer: Nacho Barrientos Arias <email@example.com>
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.6.1-1)
SHA256: cc28e85babe1756338561985333a942b8209dfe22b0c5c151b db4741e63718ef
Description: PDF files password cracker
pdfcrack is a simple tool for recovering passwords from pdf-documents.
It should be able to handle all pdfs that uses the standard security handler
but the pdf-parsing routines are a bit of a quick hack so you might stumble
across some pdfs where the parser needs to be fixed to handle.
pdfcrack allows configure the size of the searched password, use an
external wordlist file and save cracking sessions to restore it later.
Tag: implemented-in::c, interface::commandline, role:
rogram, scope::utility, security::cryptography, works-with::file, works-with-format:
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