User uploads a zip containing files to be signed. The files get signed using signer’s certificate on the HSM or PFX file. The signer’s consent to signing the files is captured along with current time, IP address and many other pieces of information to make the transaction secure and auditable. The user is informed when the signed files are ready which can be downloaded as zip containing the signed PDF files.
User uploads a zip containing files to be signed and the signer gets intimation. Signer signs the files (few hundred at a time, using a paginated UI) using digital certificate stored on a USB token plugged-in on user’s machine. The signed files can be downloaded as zip containing the signed PDF files.
A workflow suitable to the Organisation can be designed where users can upload single file or zip containing multiple files to be signed. The signer will get intimation of the uploaded files and s/he can sign the selected files. The second signer is informed when the files are ready. After all the signers have signed the files, the user gets intimation that signed files are ready. These files can be then downloaded as zip containing the signed PDF files.
The user uploads a zip of signed PDF files. The instaSigner service verifies the files and verification results are classified as success or failure. The files are removed from the uploaded location upon verification and the user is informed when the verification is complete. User can then download the CSV file containing the result of verification. The files which succeed and/or failed are optionally available to download.