Integrates seamlessly with Timestamping Authority (TSA) enabled applications and CA Servers
Capable of signing thousands of timestamping transactions per second (TPS) for Timestamping Authorities
QTSPs and TSPs use Ascertia’s TSA’s Server to issue eIDAS qualified timestamps
– ADSS TSA Server can produce thousands of timestamps per second. It ensures integrity and provides everything needed to legally verify long-term digital signatures.
– Fully compliant with the latest standards and certified to issue eIDAS Qualified Timestamps and Adobe AATL timestamps.
– It complies with RFC 3161 and RFC 5816 cryptographic timestamping security standards and works with Microsoft Authenticode-compliant clients, including Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat.
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In a recent webinar, Ascertia, LAWTrust and Entrust dicussed how organisations can leverage high-trust remote signing and long-term digital signatures.
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A Certificate Authority or Certification Authority (CA) stores, signs and issues digital certificates. CAs validate digital certificates through cryptographic keys and are an integral part of a trust infrastructure.
To apply for a digital certificate, you must submit an application signed by a private cryptographic key. Once signed, the application is then transmitted to the CA. A CA uses the information provided in the application and key to validate the applicant’s identity. Once validated, the CA uses a private cryptographic key to generate a signed certificate.
Online Certificate Status Protocol or OCSP is used by CAs to check the revocation status of an X.509 digital certificate.
A digital identity provides us with a way to securely verify who we are online. It includes unique identifiers that help validate a person’s identity when accessing or using digital trust services. Identifiers that can be included in a digital identity include:
To register for a digital identity, users must go through a Registration Authority (RA). Ascertia’s ADSS Web RA Server is an advanced registration application that works in tandem with ADSS CA/PKI Server. It enables organisations to control how people and devices interact with their trust infrastructures and controls registration and vetting for enrolment of new, updated or revoked digital certificates.