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Available signing methods

SigningHub supports the following signing methods:

Signing methods for web browsers:
  • Server-side Signing- Crypto keys required for digital signature creation are held securely on the server, and only released for signing after user authentication (single or 2-factor authentication). Any modern web browser can be used for signing.
  • Client-side (Local) Signing- Crypto keys required for digital signature creation are held locally by the signatory, e.g. on secure smartcard/ USB tokens or encrypted software files. In this mode, the signatory's browser requires an up to date Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
 
Signing methods for mobile apps:
  • Server-side Signing- Crypto keys required for digital signature creation are held securely on the server, and only released for signing after user authentication (single or 2-factor authentication). Any modern device can be used for signing.
  • Client-side (Local) Signing- This feature is only available for SigningHub Andriod app. The client keys can be held on a microSD, USB or smart card device. This feature requires the SafeSign IC app to be installed on Andriod device. Contact support for details.


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