TEST Timestamp servers used for service evaluations

 

The timestamps created by the TEST environment are for testing only. The test timestamps cannot be used as trusted signatures because the signing keys and clocks are not secured.

 

You will need an account to access the test environment. You can create a free evaluation account, additional technical information is here.

Software that supports standard timestamps (RFC3161) will want you to enter our Interneat addresses.  When using HTTP authentication and specify the address of the TSA server as:

http://tsatest1.digistamp.com/tsa
http://tsatest2.digistamp.com/tsa

 

If you using IP-Based Authentication (instead of HTTP authentication) the the names above are changed like this:

"tsa"  becomes:  "ipauth/tsa"
Example:   http://tsatest1.digistamp.com/ipauth/tsa

Commonly you will need to download and install only the Root Certificate.  Your account was setup with a default use of the cryptology signature algorithm:  NIST Recommended Elliptic-Curve.  Or, you can change that selection to either RSA or Brainpool in your account configuration.

 

  ECC-NIST ECC-Brainpool RSA All algorithms
Root Test-CA certificate certificate certificate  
or, all certs for an algorithm bundled in PEM bundled in PEM bundled in PEM bundled in PEM
 
TSA Test 1 :        
Audit certificate certificate certificate  
    Timestamp Common
certificate certificate certificate  
    Timestamp Long certificate certificate certificate  
 
TSA Test 2 :        
Audit certificate certificate certificate  
    Timestamp Common
certificate certificate certificate  
    Timestamp Long certificate certificate certificate  

 

 

CSR - Certificate Signing Requests if you have an internal CA for integration:

 

  ECC-NIST ECC-Brainpool RSA
Root Test-CA CSR.p10 CSR.pem CSR.p10 CSR.pem CSR.p10 CSR.pem
TSA Test 1 Audit CSR.p10 CSR.pem CSR.p10 CSR.pem CSR.p10 CSR.pem
TSA Test 2 Audit CSR.p10 CSR.pem CSR.p10 CSR.pem CSR.p10 CSR.pem