I created a pdf document to test the effectiveness of your Adobe Sign digital signature tool. I placed the image of my signature and the signed document appears with the proper legend that it is certified and securely so as not to be copied or modified.
But: oh! Surprise! that same file can be exported to Word and there anyone can modify the content and extract my signature. How is it possible?
My question is how can I prevent a signed and even password protected document from being exported to Word?
I urgently request your help in this time of pandemic and virtual communication.
Thank you very much.
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You can't prevent this. Some software ignores the password protection.
It's a pity Adobe so far has not implemented a better system
Adobe software doesn't ignores the password protection.
Digital signatures cannot be copied. The silly stamps put on pages can (even if Acrobat protected it, anyone with a camera could copy it). This is why digital signatures were invented. Your users MUST be trained not to look at pages, at worthless signatures, but to verify signatures.