ADSS Go>Sign Service

Demo

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.

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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

Local Signing using ADSS Go>Sign Applet

Go>Sign Applet works with IE 9+, Firefox and Opera browsers, however it does use a signed Java applet and an increasing number of browsers no longer work with such applets. Ascertia intends to maintain Go>Sign Applet to support projects that need this, IE 11 is expected to retain support to about 2020, Firefox to end 2016.

The following demos show how Go>Sign Applet can open, view and sign a document using you’re a 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.

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

Certification

These demo allows you to create a digital certificate using Go>Sign Desktop which is certified by ADSS Server. In case of Roaming, Go>Sign Desktop constructs a secure container (PFX/PKCS#12) protected by user entered password which is later sent to ADSS Server for storage. In case of CAPI/CNG, the private key is generated using the Operating System specific APIs and once certified stored locally which you can view/download the digital certificate on Windows as PFX/PKCS#12 file from Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options > Content > Certificates > Personal.

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