On 22nd October Ascertia announced the SigningHub 8.0 release. This release is now available on the Ascertia Community for download. Please request access from your account team, if you have not already registered.
On 4th October Ascertia launched the ADSS Server 6.9 release. This release is now available on the Ascertia Community for download. Please request access from your account team, if you have not already registered.
ADSS Server is a full-featured, modular trust services platform built to deliver all of the essential trust services required by Enterprises, Trust Service Providers, or Global Governments. ADSS Server’s trust services can all be used with third-party trust infrastructures, making ADSS Server unique in the market.
On 2 February Ascertia launched its ADSS Server 6.8 release. This release includes support for the latest Cloud Signature Consortium API.
Readily available and reliable mobile internet seems second nature to us now, but it’s taken a while to get to this point. In this blog, we discuss how public key infrastructure (PKI) can help prevent costly network outages and security breaches.
The world's most interoperable PKI just got even better! We are very excited to announce the release of ADSS ePassport Server, which bolsters the capability of our Trust Services Platform.
Additionally, it provides global governments with a trust infrastructure compliant to the very latest standards from the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and the European Union.
Previously we answered the most common questions about the OCSP. Another element involved in the creation and verification of signatures is timestamping. This blog covers how timestamping works, what a Timestamp Authority is, and why timestamping is beneficial to the longevity and legality of digital signatures.
As experts in high-trust solutions, we are often asked about the benefits of commercial off-the-shelf products versus seemingly more affordable Software Development Kits (SDKs), Open Source libraries or third-party pre-compiled libraries or binaries.
OCSP stands for Online Certificate Status Protocol and is used by Certificate Authorities to check the revocation status of an X.509 digital certificate.
With Ascertia, DigiCert + QuoVadis becomes the first QTSP to deliver eIDAS certified Qualified Remote Signing with Level 2 Sole Control
Qualified Trust Service Providers (QTSPs) work with customers in high-trust industries that require eIDAS certified Qualified Signatures.
In our latest case study, we look at how DigiCert + QuoVadis, a long-standing Ascertia partner, utilised the ADSS SAM Appliance to offer its customers certified, eIDAS-compliant Remote Qualified eSignatures.
Ascertia’s ADSS SAM Appliance is the first Qualified Signature Creation Device (QSCD) to be Common Criteria EN 419 241-2 certified.
Recently a vulnerability in the implementation of TLS protocol has been found called ROBOT (Return Of Bleichenbacher's Oracle Threat).
This is the return of a 19-year-old vulnerability that allows RSA decryption and signing operations with the private key of a TLS server.