Batch remove protection from all pdf files in a directory

mkdir -p temp && for f in *.pdf ; do qpdf --password=YOURPASSWORDHERE --decrypt "$f" "temp/$f"; done && mv temp/* . && rm -rf temp
Replace YOURPASSWORDHERE with the pdf password. [qpdf needed]

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