A customer has raised a concern for a case where users might redact a document in the viewer and select to print it in the viewer. This will have all of the contents sent over to the print driver. But, if a user then selects a PDF print driver (or Save to PDF in Google Chrome), the contents are made into a vector-based PDF file. Users can then open the file in a PDF editor and remove the redaction areas to see the underlying content.
While this is natural as PrizmDoc is performing a typical print operation, the possibility of a user selecting this option and then choosing a PDF printer leaves room for a user to create a file may not be safe.
To help safeguard against this, perhaps logic could be added to the print button so that, when Prizm finds redactions on a document, it'll prompt the user and recommend choosing the download option if they want to have a PDF file created.