PDFSign – .NET Signature component
We have expanded our portfolio now for some PDF signing tool due to many request from our customers.
PDFSign is used to sign PDF documents with an X.509 certificate. In addition to the single signature, larger quantities of documents can also be signed in the stack in a time-saving manner. Since the signing also guarantees that a document has not been changed afterwards, the signing must always be the last step of the document creation. A subsequent change would render the signature invalid.
There are various tools based on that compoment:
PDFSign Service – PDF and PDF / A via SOAP & REST – Web service with signature or timestamp
On the technical basis as the FileConverterPro (FCpro) there is now also a Windows service to provide PDF or PDF / A documents via a SOAP or REST web service interface with a timestamp or with an electronic signature.
The service is based on our PDFSign .NET signature component, is installed as a Windows service and offers the same SOAP and REST web service interface as our FileConverterPro (FCpro) or AutoOCR.
PDFSign CL Client – Command line application for the PDFSign service
PDFSign CL Client – is a command line application to transfer PDF, PDF / A documents via a REST web service interface to a PDFSign service to sign and / or provided with a time stamp and then back to the calling client to transfer back.
The PDFSign CL client is free of charge, available as an add-on to our PDFSign service and can be used as a client application on any MS Windows computer.
PDFSign CL – Command line application to sign PDF, PDF / A and ZUGFeRD as well as timestamp them
PDFSign CL – allows PDF, PDF / A or ZUGFeRD documents to be signed and / or timestamped. PDFSign CL is based on our PDFSign – .NET signature component and provides its functionality in the form of a command line application.
PDFSignCheck – Check PDF signatures via web service (REST / SOAP)
PDFSignCheck – is a service which can be installed under MS Windows and which has a REST / SOAP web service interface to check signed PDF documents and to read out their signature parameters.
Find more information: www.pdftools.at and in our PDFBlog