PDFescape: Secure Access

Registered users of PDFescape now can securely access, upload, and work with their files.

Using industry standard SSL encryption, registered users can open, edit, and download PDF files via a secure connection to our servers. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is trusted in many online matters such as online banking and online purchases.

PDFescape servers implement strict access control protocols, privacy policies, and daily Hacker Safe® scans. These policies and procedures help ensure that PDF files used on PDFescape are kept private and only accessible by you.

Coupling our current privacy and security measures with SSL deployment on the server should make PDFescape a great choice for any business or industry, even those with the strictest of privacy and security concerns.

PDFescape Registration Now Optional

In order to make PDFescape even easier to use, registration for PDFescape is now optional.

By clicking the
Start Using Unregistered
link, you can begin using PDFescape immediately, no questions asked.

Now of course because our server has no idea who you are, some features are limited. For example, PDF files you save to the server will be deleted from our servers after you log out. You also can not use or purchase "Premium Credits" while using one of these "unregistered" accounts. You can however at any point convert this "unregistered" account into a full fledged account in about 30 seconds by providing your name, email address, and a password.

Also, users who are publishing files to PDFescape now have the option of linking directly to file. No longer do your customers have to sign up for an account with us, they be optionally taken directly to the file, no questions asked!

We are sure that this new approach will make PDFescape even more appealing to the thousands of people already using it. Thank you for all of your comments and feedback about PDFescape. Keep it coming.

PDFescape Enterprise Updated

The Enterprise edition of PDFescape has been updated to support some of the new features currently seen on PDFescape. This includes the recent anti-aliasing update which allows for clearer, more readable PDF files to be displayed online.

Also, the installer has been streamlined, making setup even easier for IT professionals.

This minor update also fixes several small bugs. For additional information, visit the PDFescape Enterprise website.

Improved Viewing Quality

Short and minor announcement before the weekend. After a few weeks of preliminary testing, we are proud to announce that the viewer quality of PDF files in PDFescape has been improved.

The new anti-aliasing filter being used in PDFescape allows our web application to more clearly render files to your browser. This update will take effect on all browsers supported by PDFescape (Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari)

Please let us know if you discover any new errors being caused by this PDFescape improvement.

New Support System For PDFescape

To help us streamline the support process and serve as many customers as possible, Red Software has implemented a new company wide support system.

This support system is now in use for PDFescape.

Through its use of a "smart knowledge base", we hope that this new support system will allow us to serve more customers with the support they deserve (and it's purdy to boot).

To take a look (or open a support issue ticket), visit:

Leave a comment to let us know what you think about the new system.