PdfProcessing: Support Encryption Algorithm 5 with AES 256
Currently, NotSupportedEncryptionException is thrown.
Posted on:20 Oct 2021 10:49
This feature is not scheduled for implementation in the next release (all items are already planned). So it will not be implemented for several months from now. Unfortunately, at the moment I can not provide a timeframe for its implementation.
For our clients, we often use encrypted pdf files. If this encryption algorithm is not supported (if support is delayed), we will have to find another solution. Can you give me information about your support plan?
Posted on:12 Jan 2021 13:17
Thank you for sharing your feedback. The task is not included in the current release planning, thus I cannot say when it might get implemented. Please, make sure to cast your vote for it and continue following this item so we can notify you about any updates. I am sorry for the inconvenience this might be causing you.
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Posted on:11 Jan 2021 10:26
@Telerik: we need this feature to be able to display/process PDF files that have been signed by modern signatue algorithms; if the feature remains unimplemented we regrettably would have to look for another SDK; please also see support Ticket ID: 1499690; best regards, Datema development team.
Posted on:05 Feb 2018 15:51
Hi Mi Ha,
Thank you for the suggestion. I am adding it to the internal information and we will consider it when starting the implementation.
Posted on:31 Jan 2018 21:46
This one could be easy, if you would use open source project bouncy-castle: http://www.bouncycastle.org/csharp/