We provide our Web-based tool for no charge. You also have the alternatives listed below because they support our timestamps.
Setup is usually just these two items in whichever software you choose: 1. configure the TSA's Internet address as: https://www.digistamp.com/tsa and 2. User authentication is either your account / password here at DigiStamp (or, you could configure your IP address to be authorized, but that should not be needed). Let us know if we can help.
Details: DigiStamp is pre-integrated into a variety of software tools because we carefully comply with industry standards and we are often used as an industry's TSA reference implementation.
Adobe Acrobat 7 and later include digital timestamp functionality, which is provided by an Adobe-supplied signature framework. DigiStamp provides the Cloud-based timestamp server to create the third-party timestamp. Additional information is available here.
For Java, PHP, C# and other software languages DigiStamp provides our API Toolkits at no additional charge. API toolkits help you integrate secure timestamps into your existing applications.
Technical developers can use OpenSSL in combination with tools like PHP. OpenSSL supports RFC3161 timestamps and can be used to create a time stamp request and verify the DigiStamp timestamp, details available here.
For Java and C# developers, The Legion of the Bouncy Castle are the industry recognized Open Source libraries for cryptography. An example of using Bouncy Castle Java tools with our TSA in included with our Java toolkit and we can provide C# examples.
This testing was done by one of our customers. In the Oracle documentation, see the class HttpTSPRequest for support of RFC 3161 timestamps.
You need to use DigiStamp's IP Authentication method because OpenTSA does not support HTTP client authentication.
This testing was done by one of our customers. The S/MIME Freeware Library (SFL) was available here, we are unsure of its current status
Adding timestamps to Microsoft Office documents requires that you also use Active Directory, more details here: timestamps in Microsoft Office
We do not support Authenticode timestamps; they are a unique format used in Microsoft code signing. The timestamps from DigiStamp are in a different PKI / IETF format that was a part of digital signature standards.
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