Table of contents
- Understanding the concept of digital signatures
- PDF and digital signatures
- Certificate Authorities, certificate revocation and time stamping
- Creating signatures externally
- Validation of signed documents
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Updated code examples for iText 7
NOTE: The following Digital Signatures eBook was originally written for iText 5/iTextSharp and although many of the described concepts and operations are still relevant and transferable to iText 7, the included code examples are outdated.
However, we have updated the digital signature examples to apply to the latest releases of iText 7. Both Java and .NET (C#) examples can be found in the following addendum to the Digital Signatures eBook.
What digital signatures and PDF have in common?
Get a complete overview of PDF features, industry standards and technology options with regards to digital signature, as well as in-depth best practices, real-life examples and code samples for PDF development.
This eBook will explain you everything you need to get started with digital signatures for documents:
- Making the right technology decisions,
- Implementing a future-proof PDF solution, and
- much more.
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