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Digital Signatures and PDF Documents

, 30 Apr 2007
PDFKit.NET 2.0 is a 100% .NET (verifiable) component for creating and manipulating PDF documents. In this article I will focus on its digital signature capabilities. Digital signatures can be used to authenticate the source of a PDF document, and to provide the integrity of a PDF document.

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Frank Rem
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Netherlands Netherlands
Worked for some years as a software engineer, architect and project leader for different software companies. Works at TallComponents, vendor of class libraries for creating, manipulating and rendering PDF documents.

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