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Adobe acquires DRM technology

updated 01:35 am EST, Tue January 10, 2006

Adobe buys DRM technology

Adobe yesterday application for photography professionals. The FileLine DRM products from Navisware are designed to provide security and version control for CAD, Office and other file types, according to eWEEK. Adobe said it plans to integrate the FileLine technology into its LiveCycle Policy Server offering, which provides document security and other controls for PDFs. "FileLine DRM comprises a client and server, which communicate through an encrypted channel. The system is able to enforce predetermined security policies on a wide variety of documents and also encrypts individual files for added protection."

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