.Net Digital Software Remote Signature Server 1.2
.Net Digital Software Remote Signature Server 1.2 | 4 Mb
The main function of Remote Signature Server is to digitally sign documents using X.509 digital certificates stored on a remote server. Remote Signature Server is useful when you have a single “company” certificate that it must be used by more people from your company. Remote Signature Server is a webservice that digitally sign the information that arrives with a single digital certificate.
How it works:
– The client calculates the hash of the document that is sent to the Remote Signature Server
– The hash of document is digitally signed by the Remote Signature Server and the result is send back to the client
– The client adds the digital signature to the original document.
– The result is a digitally signed document
Important: Only the hash of the document is send to the Remote Signature Server and not the entire document.
PDF Digital Signature Features:
– Support for HSM certificates
– Batch (bulk) digital signature
– Time Stamping
– SHA 256/512 support
PKI Interoperability – .NET Remote Digital Signature Library can access, use X.509 certificates and associated private keys, stored on cryptocards, USB cryptotokens or PFX files.
.NET Remote Digital Signature Library can be used on Windows desktop systems. For development you can use one of the following development tools:
– Visual Studio 2005 – 2012
– Visual Studio 2013
– Visual Studio 2015
Operating Systems Compatibility: Windows XP or higher (including Windows Server 2012 and Windows 10)
Programming Languages: C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, Visual C++, Windows PowerShell. The library requires .NET Framework 3.5 or higher.
.NET Remote Digital Signature Library can be used by companies, freelancers or software vendors, who develop their software for third-parties (companies or individuals) or for internal company use. The license can be used by any number of developers from the company.
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