The Aloaha PDF Signator can sign any existing PDF Document. Aloaha does not require special prepared PDF documents or signature fields. Signatures produced with the Aloaha PDF Signator can be verified using standard Adobe Reader and Acrobat.
Description: The Aloaha PDF Signator can sign any existing PDF Document. Aloaha does not require special prepared PDF documents or signature fields.
The digital signature of the PDF file will automatically be checked and indicated by the PDF viewer (Acrobat Reader). The customer needs not to install specific software for this checking process.
The Aloaha PDF Signator supports software certificates and SmartCards/e-ID Cards. All CSP supported SmartCards are also supported by Aloaha. Some SmartCards are supported native. These cards do not require a CSP (Crypto Service Provider) installed.
PDF Signator allows you sign PDF documents without any need to purchase full Adobe Acrobat® or Adobe Document Server for Reader extensions®. This dramatically reduces the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Using PDF Signator you can now open, view and navigate PDF documents directly within PDF Signator. Thus allowing you to view and sign the document all from the same application. (freeware feature)
Timestamps via remote RFC 3161 Timestamping Server or inbuilt RFC 3161 TSA also possible!
Any number of users can countersign the same PDF document. Each signer’s information is maintained separately and verified every time a PDF document is opened.
OCX/ActiveX module included!
Signatures produced with the Aloaha PDF Signator can be verified using standard Adobe Reader and Acrobat.
The Aloaha PDF Signator is completely PKI neutral and will work with PKI components from any vendor (this includes CAs, certificates, CRLs, OCSP responders, smartcards, etc.).
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