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PortableSigner is a Java application to sign normal PDF files with a digital signature (X.509). You can verify your signature by opening the PDF file in a standard Adobe Reader without any plugins.

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  •  27 Feb 2013 12:29

    Release Notes: Signatureblock has now three available positions: extra page at the end of the document, on the first page, or on the last page. You can specify the position on the options page (only in metric for the moment). Java 1.7 is now used. GTK+ layout is now used under Linux. Due to massive problems with the automatic installation of the "Java Unrestricted Security Policy" under Windows, the option has been dropped in the installer. You must copy the files to the correct directory manually.

    •  18 Feb 2009 22:00

      Release Notes: Preview buttons. Polish and italian localization. In command line mode, it is possible to sign encrypted documents. In command line mode, it is possible to work with a password file. The document does not have to be finalized. With this option, it is possible to sign multiple times. Only the last signer has to finalize the document. It's easier to add new languages. You can make an "intranet" build for easier deployment in intranets. The signature block is now in conformance with the Austrian e-government rules.

      •  28 Mar 2008 14:44

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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