JSignPdf is an open source Java application which adds digital signatures to PDF documents. It also contains Add-On for OpenOffice.org.

Features

  • visible and hidden signatures
  • certificate levels
  • timestamping
  • setting PDF rights
  • command line support for batch processing
  • certificate revocation checks (CRL, OCSP)

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User Reviews

  • Its a excellent Application..

  • Works a treat!! - shame the project has retired. I'm looking forwards to using this to sign batches of documents. Good instructions provided. Works quickly. I had to use trial and error to work out what sort of certificate I'd already created using Adobe Reader, but after that it was easy.

  • Great tool! Thanks

  • Tanks!

  • Jsignpdf works excellent.

    1 user found this review helpful.
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Additional Project Details

Languages

Czech, English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2008-02-07