Rome, Italy – Briksoftware today is proud to announce the release of PDFKey Pro 4.0 for OS X and Windows. PDFKey Pro is an utility that locks and unlocks password-protected PDF documents. PDFKey Pro has been available for OS X for nine successful years receiving excellent ratings and great popularity among the OS X community. The trademark of this utility is the thoroughly designed user interface which makes it extremely easy to use.

PDFKey Pro features:
* Instantly removes editing and printing passwords by creating exact copies of PDF documents, but without the password
* Instantly removes viewing passwords, but only if said password is provided beforehand
* Lock PDF files by creating perfect copies, but protected with either, or both, a viewing password and a password to restrict usage permissions (printing and copying) to the files

PDFKey Pro is not designed to defeat DRM systems and will not decrypt eBooks or other DRM protected materials. PDFKey Pro is available in English, Italian, Russian, with other translations to be added in subsequent free updates.

System Requirements:
* OS X 10.7 and later
* Windows XP and later

Pricing and availability:
PDFKey Pro 4.0 is available as a full-featured free demo that allows user to process the first page of each PDF document. This limit is removed by purchasing an activation code, priced $24.99 (USD). Existing users are invited to contact Michele Balistreri for a special upgrade discount.

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Since 2005, Briksoftware’s goal is to make the Mac experience even better by focusing our development efforts on applications which will make using your Mac easier and more efficient. Briksoftware is currently formed by Michele Balistreri (Italy) and Karsten Kusche (Germany). Briksoftware’s current products are PDFKey Pro, CuteClips, Camouflage and UnPlugged. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2005-2014 Briksoftware. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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