Monday, 14 April 2014

Digitally Sign multiple documents using 'Bulk Sign' feature

Bulk signing is a powerful feature of SigningHub which allows users to digitally sign multiple documents in one go thus saving substantial time in opening the document and signing them one by one. This feature works both when you are using either a local (client-side) signing keys OR server side signing keys.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

SigningHub is not affected by the HeartBleed OpenSSL vulnerability!

OpenSSL is one of the most commonly used toolkits to implement PKI services. It is free/open source, regularly updated and comes bundled with Linux. You can also install its binaries on Windows. Although issues in the SSL protocol have been identified in the past, this time most OpenSSL implementations have a critical vulnerability.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

SigningHub New Feature: In-Person Signing

Overview

The SigningHub “in-person signing” feature is a new capability that enables a person to electronically sign documents without requiring them:

Monday, 21 October 2013

Which signature types are implemented in SigningHub?

Overview

SigningHub is a very powerful and flexible solution that caters for many different business scenarios, each with different trade-offs between security, ease of use, ease of management and costs. The following list shows the different types of signatures supported by SigningHub with increasing levels of security:

Thursday, 3 October 2013

SigningHub New Feature: E-Signatures

SigningHub currently enables users to create a combined e-signature with a digital signature. The e-signature part is the hand-signature image displayed on the document, whilst the advanced PKI digital signature is the part that is embedded into the PDF document and is verifiable upon clicking the signature appearance.

Friday, 26 July 2013

Real-World Use Case: Group/Departmental Level Signing

In the real-world often it doesn't matter who signs a document but rather do they have the sufficient authority to do this. That is the "identity" of the signer is not as important as the "authorisation". E.g. a Purchase Order typically requires an authorised member from the Procurement department to sign-off on it.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Strong Authentication using SSL/TLS Client Certificates


We have recently added a strong user authentication method into SigningHub that uses X.509 SSL/TLS client authentication certificates. This feature is only available to on-premise installations of SigningHub.