Prove document origin, add approval signatures, and prevent tampering
Mango CA’s Class-2 Individual or Enterprise Digital Certificates allow you to digitally sign and encrypt your email messages using S/MIME mail client such as Microsoft Outlook, or Mozila Thunderbird, Evolution or Applemail software
Digital Certificates can be used to encrypt email and digitally sign messages. Since nearly all email is sent unencrypted, any one with access to one of the dozens of servers, routers, and network providers that the message travels across can intercept, read, and modify any such message. Encrypting and signing messages can help assure one’s privacy and to authenticate that the sender of the message is who they claim they are, and that the message was not modified in transit.
This may sound complicated, but it’s actually very easy for an average computer user to set up and use. If you’re comfortable with browsing the internet, filling out forms, and following directions you should be able to complete these instructions in about 10-15 minutes with no trouble.
Benefits of Digitally Signed Email Messages–
- No plug-ins or Expensive commercial software needed
- You can use “Mango PDF Signer” for free to apply your digital signature.
- Scalable solution, desktop or server-based options available
- Time stamping supports time sensitive document transactions and audit trails Compliant with digital signature regulations
- Save time and resources, remove cumbersome paper-based transactions
- Assures document has not been altered since sending
- Signatures can be customized with any font, size, and even images
- PDF Document signing is achieved using Mango CA Digital Certificate solution using a Class-2 Certificates for individuals or Enterprise users.
- Legal Protection as per ICT Act-2006 and IT CA Rule-2010 of Bangladesh
- Seamless Integration with USB PKI Token.
Certify your documents
Adding a certifying signature to a PDF means you are the author of the document, have finalized its contents, and want to secure it against tampering after it has been distributed. Certified documents display a blue ribbon across the top of the document containing the signer’s name and the Certificate issuer – a clear, visual indicator of document authenticity and authorship.
► Healthcare Industry: Prove the origin of confidential reports and ensure they cannot be altered after distribution.
► Architecture/Engineering/Construction Industry: Protect your intellectual property by making sure no one can make any changes to your drawings or plans after publishing. You can also choose to include your Professional Engineer seal as part of your signature.
► eGovernence: Many Departments of government and other regulating bodies require digital signatures for electronic document submission.
Any organizations implementing electronic workflows around sensitive or proprietary documents, where preserving document origin and integrity is necessary
Add Approval Signatures
If you receive or create a PDF with a digital signature field, you can use your PDF Signing Certificate to add your signature. Signatures can be customized to include an image (e.g., your physical signature or official seal) and various signature details (e.g., signing location, date, reason for signing).
Ideal for organizations wishing to move the following types of documents online:
► Purchase Orders
► Sales Quotes
► Any other high value documents
For Signing use Adobe Acrobat:
► Digitally sign and/or certify PDFs with:
► Mango PDF Signer
► Acrobat Standard/Professional Version 8.0
► Adobe LiveCycle Document Security Server – Version 9.0
Validate signed PDFs with:
► Acrobat Elements v8.x
► Adobe Reader v8.x
► Adobe LiveCycle Document Security Server v.8.x and LiveCycle ES Digital Signatures
For Acrobat to access the certificate (signing key) on your USB token, you must have installed the SafeNet eToken or Feitian ePass drivers for your Operating System.
You can download and install the appropriate iKey driver for your Operating System located in our Download section