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digital signature with jpdf signer

  Asked By: Trupti    Date: Nov 04    Category: Java    Views: 1162

Crionics announced today the immediate availability of jPDF Signer -
a new module aiming the PKI (Public Key infrastructure) area.

Using jPDF Signer, organizations can dynamically certify and generate
digital signature on PDF documents. PDF Signatures act like a seal,
which prevents any modification to the original document and add
information about the identity of the signer.

Build in 100% Java - jPDF Signer is multi-platform, easy to install,
fast and reliable. This new jPDF application is particularly powerful
in server-side environments and can process huge files size without
allocating all he computer resources.

jPDF fully supports Acrobat 6 and comes with advanced features such

• Validation of existing document signatures.
• Creation of new document signatures (no limitations on the
of signatures created)
• Sign existing signatures.
• Getting low level information about document digital
• Full support for Acrobat 6.0 digital byte ranged and digested
• It can open Keystores from PFX, FDF, ADF, JKS, JCEKS, PKCS12,
P7S... etc.

Our programming interface is easy to learn and allows a seamless
integration with virtually any java application. You won't spend more
than 10 minutes to figure out how it works.

Come and check it by yourself - we have already compiled tutorials to
show how easy its usage is. It doesn't require any third party vendor
tools (all required tools are shipped within the product) and can be
deployed/integrated in a matter of minutes.

Along with jPDF Creator, jPDF Merger, jPDF Template and jPDF
Encryption - Crionics offers the most complete PDF suite on the Java
market today. Giving customers a fast, reliable and consistent suite
to work with PDF documents at a competitive price.