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Fully featured set of components for PKI based digital signing

proXSign® family of libraries for (Qualified) Digital Certificate based e-signing supporting all major operating systems and internet browsers.

How it works

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Create your document(s) (using exisiting tools; office tools, DMS, CRM, ERP…)

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Submit your document(s) for e-signing and select signature type (XMLDSig, XAdES, PKCS#7 or PAdES)

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Select (qualified) digital certificate to be used for e-signing

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Sign your document(s) using (qualified) digital certificate from soft key store or smart card

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Optionally time stamp your (signed) document

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Optionally encrypt your (signed) document

Features

Support for all major OS
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Support for all major OS
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proXSign® libraries work with all major operating systems including Windows, macOS and Linux.
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Automatic updates
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Automatic updates
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For updates with latest security standards and algorithms, proXSign® can be installed in the background, without affecting user’s work.
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Support for all major browsers
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Support for all major browsers
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proXSign® libraries work with all major browsers including Internet Explorer, Chrome, Mozzila, Safari, Opera.
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Silent installation
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proXSign® can be installed silently, without any user interaction during the installation process (for massive installations in corporate environments).
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Use digital certificates on a smart card or from soft key store
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Use digital certificates on a smart card or from soft key store
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(Qualified) digital certificate(s) used for signing can be stored on a dedicated smart card/USB key or system key store.
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Digital certificate verification
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Digital certificate verification
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(Qualified) digital certificate(s) are verified against CRL list prior to signing or when verifying the existing signature(s).
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Strongest algorithms used
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Strongest algorithms used
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proXSign® libraries implement open standards and algorithms for symmetric and assymetric encryption/decryption. Algorithms included are SHA, RSA and DSA.
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Multiple document signing
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Multiple document signing
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proXSign® option for batch signing supports signing of several documents at the same time with single action.
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Support for all types of e-signatures
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Support for all types of e-signatures
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proXSign® libraries implement all major and globally accepted signature stadnards including XMLDSig (enveloped, enveloping and detached types) and XAdES for XML based signatures and PKCS#7 and PAdES for ASN1 based signatures.
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Multiple signatures
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Multiple signatures
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proXSign® sequential digital signing supports document workflow (multiple digital signatures on the same document).
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Wattermark support
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Wattermark support
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Add watermarks on your documents through signing process. Watermarks can include signature details visible on document.
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Time-stamp support
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Time-stamp support
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Add exact time of signing with proXSign® libraries support for XML based time-stamping. Time-stamps are obtained from Time-stamping authority.
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Support for virtualized/multiuser environments
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proXSign® libraries are designed to operate in multiuser environments such as Citrix or RDP.
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Advantages

  • Cost effective solution
  • Simple, automatic and silent installation
  • Multi OS support
  • One package for all browsers support (single javaScript API for all platforms and browsers with various demo samples)
  • Flexible parametrization
  • Time-stamping and encryption support
  • Legal compliant and secure solution (complies with Eureopean electronic IDentification, Authentication and trust Services regulation - eIDAS)

Standards

  • W3C XMLDsig
  • W3C XMLEnc
  • ETSI XAdES-BES, eSLOG/XAdES, ETSI XAdES-T, ETSI PAdES-BES
  • Adobe PDF (ISO/IEC 32000-1:2008)
  • PDF/A
  • Client for time-stamping server (ETSI XAdES-T or Entrust XML scheme)
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