- Select either the Advanced > Security Settings menu item (in Acrobat), or the Document > Security Settings menu item (in Reader)
- Select Digital IDs from the top of the tree view on the left side of the Security Settings dialog
- Select the digital ID you want to use from the list view on the right side of the Security Settings dialog
- Click the Export toolbar button (the gold arrow icon) on the Security Settings dialog
- Follow the on screen instructions to either save or e-mail the FDF file. If you would rather use a P7C file select the Save the data to a file option, click the Next button and select *p7c from the Save As Type drop-down list.
As a side note, other people having the public-key certificate that corresponds to your digital ID allows them to encrypt a file for you to open. If you want someone to be able to open a PDF file that you've previously encrypted using Certificate Security, you need to re-encrypted it using their public-key certificate file.
Let me see if I´ve understood. I create a self-sign. After I export it to a FDF file and send to my partners. When encripting documents, they use that public key. I´m the only person who will be able to open that PDF.
If I want to send someone an encrypted pdf, then I take its FDF and encrypt the document. My parner will be able to open.
Am I right? ----->> According to this issue...Have you listened about any way to decrypt Pdfs without IDs...or up this time encrypt document with certification is 100% secure?
Is there any way to send PDfs over the web..the person is able to open (without using IDs) but not ever print or edit? I´ve experienced placing signature, certifying and password protection, but there is always a illegal program able to modify and edit or create a new pdf over that one.
Is it possible? How could I do it?
Thanks so much Steve
Thanks a lot