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Prove identity with digital signatures

A digital signature is based on a trusted digital certificate issued by a Certification Authority such as Entrust. It acts like an ID: it’s issued after an identity verification process, only the bearer of the certificate can sign, and each signature generated with the certificate will include the signer’s verified identity details.

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Leverage the extra benefit of digital signatures: tamper evidence

Digital signatures aren’t just a visual mark on a PDF document: they are a cryptographic operation that binds the exact content of a document with a verified identity. Any changes to a digitally signed document will invalidate the signature.

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Guarantee the date and time of a signature with a trusted timestamp

A public timestamp is a secure service from a trusted source such as Entrust, that adds a reliable date and time to a document’s signature, making it much harder to deny the existence of a document and/or signature from the moment the timestamp is applied.

Leverage all the benefits of a digital signature

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Document ownership and accountability

Enable your employees to keep control of their documents, identify document owners, or display your verified brand name on corporate assets.

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Reduced risk of impersonation

Limit the risk of signature forgery and document fraud with dynamic, timestamped, and verifiable signatures and seals.

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Trusted identity verification process

Digital certificates are based on proven and universally recognized PKI technology that is used across the globe by major PDF software.

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