Server-side signing using corporate signing key

These demos show the signing of documents using keys held on the server, either within an HSM or encrypted database. The signing keys may belong to an individual, department or organisation.

PDF signatures

This demo shows the creation of PDF digital signatures. This includes visible, invisible, certified and long-term PAdES Part 2 signatures (note PAdES Part 4 signatures are also supported by ADSS Server).

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XAdES signatures

This demo shows the creation of XAdES digital signatures. This includes XAdES-BES and XAdES-T signatures (note XAdES-X-L and XAdES-A are also supported by ADSS Server).

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CAdES signatures

This demo shows the creation of CAdES digital signatures. This includes CAdES-BES and CAdES-T signatures (note CAdES-X-L and CAdES-A are also supported by ADSS Server).

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Server-side signing using unique user keys

These demo allow you to register for a unique signing key on the server (either within an HSM or encrypted database) and subsequently you can use this to sign a document on the server.

PDF signatures

This demo shows the creation of PDF digital signatures. This includes visible, invisible, certified and long-term PAdES Part 2 signatures (note PAdES Part 4 signatures are also supported by ADSS Server).

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XAdES signatures

This demo shows the creation of XAdES digital signatures. This includes XAdES-BES and XAdES-T signatures (note XAdES-X-L and XAdES-A are also supported by ADSS Server).

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CAdES signatures

This demo shows the creation of CAdES digital signatures. This includes CAdES-BES and CAdES-T signatures (note CAdES-X-L and CAdES-A are also supported by ADSS Server).

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Local Signing using ADSS Go>Sign Desktop

Go>Sign Desktop works with any HTML5 browser and communicates using JavaScript to avoid the issues associated with using signed Java applets – which an increasing number of browsers now refuse to run.

The following demos show how Go>Sign Desktop can open, view and sign a document using your web browser and communicate with a signing key / certificate held on a smartcard or USB token or in software using the Windows CAPI/CNG or PKCS#11 interface (for smartcards or USB tokens only). The demo focuses on viewing and signing PDF documents but Word 2013 and signing XML data are also supported.

Ensure you have Go>Sign Desktop installed:

For Windows, download and install it from here Win-32bit, Win-64bit (Run as administrator)
For Mac OS, download and install it from here Mac OS
For installation instructions see Installation Guide

Now test that Go>Sign Desktop is responding properly by clicking here.

For further information on signing PDF documents using PAdES signatures, or signing Word 2013 using XAdES signatures or signing XML data using XML Dsig or XAdES signatures or UBL signatures click here to contact Ascertia

Signature verification

These demos enable you to verify digitally signed PDF (PAdES), XAdES, CAdES or PKCS#7/CMS files. Example documents with valid and invalid signatures are provided, you can also upload your own signed documents for verification. A number of publically available CAs are registered on ADSS Server as final trust anchors.

Ascertia is a global leader in delivering functionally rich, easy to deploy e-security solutions. We pride ourselves in being easy and efficient to deal with.
Ascertia is a global leader in delivering functionally rich, easy to deploy e-security solutions. We pride ourselves in being easy and efficient to deal with.