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Appligent updates enterprise-class redaction software

January 07, 2011

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Appligent Document Solutions has announced the availability of version 3 of its enterprise-class Redax Enterprise Server software for Windows, Linux 32-bit and 64-bit, and Solaris. According to the company, AIX and HP-UX releases will follow shortly.

The latest version of the software utilizes the Adobe PDF Library, which improves its ability to process damaged or malformed PDF documents.

"But for the big news, let's look at the dramatic new content markup features," said Appligent Document Solutions' CEO Duff Johnson. "Redax Enterprise Server is now capable of virtually any sort of text-search, and uses powerful new preprocessing to improve search accuracy," he said. "For phone numbers, postal codes, credit-cards, email addresses, it's just amazing!" he said.

The latest version of the software also allows users to dynamically find and redact sensitive information such as social security numbers (SSN), zip and post codes, phone numbers, credit card details, dates, URLs and email addresses.

For more information about the product, check out the official Appligent website.

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