PDF Sign&Seal

PDF Sign&Seal

Enhanced digital signature, timestamps and strong encryption capability for PDF
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PDF Sign&Seal brings enhanced digital signature, time-stamping and strong encryption capability to PDF documents. It has been specifically designed for busy managers who need to easily sign or protect a business document, be it a purchase order, an invoice, a report, a proposal, compliance statement or assessment review. It provides unparalleled flexibility for designing your very own friendly visible signatures block that can include hand-signature images, company seals and other data items, making it ideal for signing engineering and architectural drawings. Features include:

1. PDF Creation using built-in PDF printer driver
2. Designing of Flexible signature appearance
3. Multi-page signing
4. Advanced PDF Encryption
5. Form filling & Form submission
6. Strong verification of digital signature
7. Supports generation of long term signatures which includes revocation information and time stamps
8. Integrated with Windows keystore
9. Supports Smart card/USB tokens including Qualified certificates and Adobe CDS Certificates
10. Generates compatible PDF/A signatures
11. Ability to sign and/or encrypt multiple documents in one go
12. Ability to sign and/or encrypt multiple documents without opening (using right-click)
13. Ability to create, sign and email PDF documents in one go
14. Ability to work with online notary verification service providers
15. Keeps history of every signing and encryption operation
16. Supports multiple languages with ability to easily add new languages
17. Supports Tablet PC ink support
18. Supports rebranding and white-labeling
19. Support creation of watermarks, stamps, attachments, sticky notes, PDF rotation
20. Provides auto-upgrade feature
21. Built in detection for Adobe CDS Certifcates
22. Ability to merge multiple PDF documents
23. Able to create text form fields
24. Able to merge, rotate, convert PDF to images
25. Supports integration with Ascertia Docs ( docs.ascertia.com ).

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