From Foxit Software:
Feature Rich PDF Reader. Foxit Reader is a small, fast, and feature rich PDF viewer for Microsoft Windows, which allows you to open, view, and print any PDF file. Unlike other free PDF readers, Foxit Reader also includes easy to use collaboration features like the ability to add annotations, fill out forms, and add text to PDF documents. Foxit Reader is an application with a small footprint that starts up instantly, renders PDF files quickly and uses very little memory. Foxit Reader is packed full of convenient and easy to use viewing, editing and printing features that make document collaboration simple. Foxit reader's secure platform insures worry free operation. Distributed free of charge, and widely available for download from partner sites worldwide, Foxit Reader provides an excellent alternative to the Adobe Reader on any computer running the Windows operating system. View, print, and collaborate easily using Foxit Reader. New Features below: DocuSign Integration: Foxit Reader provides integration to DocuSign, allowing users to easily send, sign and save PDF documents and forms using the industry's most widely used eSignature solution. New users can sign up for DocuSign services. Existing users can log into DocuSign to sign and send PDF documents and forms quickly and easily from the Foxit Reader toolbar. Microsoft SharePoint and Active Directory Rights Management Service Integration. Key integration features include: PDF File decryption, allowing users to decrypt AD RMS 2.0 complaint PDF files so users with the correct credentials can access them based on the permissions they have been granted. Support Microsoft Office Workflows - Provides a consistent user experience to protect PDF documents in a similar workflow as protecting Microsoft Office documents. Works with SharePoint - Decrypts and opens AD RMS 2.0 protected files on SharePoint servers. SharePoint file check-in/check-out.
What's new in this version:
Version 5.4.3.0920 fixed a security issue where the insecure application loading libraries could be exploited to attack the application.