Tag: signatures

This week in PDF: Signature solution adds PDF support

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This week in PDF sees form-related features added to a PDF conversion library, a digital signature company adding native support for PDF and the release of a PDF workflow automation tool.

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Viewers, deals and Big Faceless updates

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PDF news bulletin: World’s Smallest PDF Reader released, Big Faceless updates PDF Library and OPENLiMiT Holding AG inks deal with CSC for OPENLIMIT SignCubes Base Components 2.0 with OPENLiMiT SignCubes PDF Plug-In.

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PDF security: Digital signatures

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Part three in a series on PDF security, this article covers the key issue of digital signatures. ‘What are they?’ ‘How are they used?’ ‘When should they be used?’ This article tackles these questions and more in order to further de-mystify PDF security.

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Software602 releases Print2PDF 5.0 Server Edition

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Software602 has released a server-based PDF creation tool that boasts a redesigned GUI and allows for one-click PDF creation. Print2PDF 5.0 Server Edition allows network users to assemble PDF documents from multiple sources and apply digital signatures. The new version even supports all 128-bit RC4 PDF security permissions, including low-resolution printing and text access for screen-reading devices.

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Aloaha releases Digital Signature Pack

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Aloaha Software recently announced the release of a software package to enable qualified digital signatures. Aloaha’s parent company, Wrocklage Intermedia GmbH, has created a package to accelerate the acceptance of digital signatures/e-ID Cards by creating an easy way to digitally sign documents. The package includes a PC/SC capable Smartcard Reader, a smartcard and the Aloaha PDF Suite — all of which combine to create digitally signed PDF documents from Windows applications.

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Electronic Signatures – they do exist don’t they?

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Some form of electronic signature has existed for quite some time. Almost all US states and a large number of countries have enacted or are considering some form of electronic signature legislation. If that’s the case, why aren’t there more of them in use? PDFforLawyers.com’s Dave Fishel explains in this piece on electronic signatures.

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Digital Signatures with PDF

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What are digital signatures, and why would you want to use them? Are they secure and legally binding? PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson answers these questions and outlines some of the pros and cons of digital vs physical signatures in this introductory piece.

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Appligent updates server-based tool for signing PDFs

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Appligent has announced the introduction of SecurSign 3.0, a server-based application for signing PDF documents that now supports placing signature fields directly into documents.

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Aloaha releases Automailer-enabled PDF Suite 2.1

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Aloaha’s PDF Automailer allows PDF Suite users to create mass mailings of digitally signed PDF documents without having an email client installed.

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FormRouter-GeoTrust partnership enhances deployment of online PDF forms

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FormRouter and GeoTrust recently announced a strategic partnership aimed at reducing the barriers to the deployment of online PDF forms. FormRouter will be licensed to sell GeoTrust digital signatures as part of a new hosted service designed to simplify the creation, use and management of PDF forms.

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