Signature995 is an easy-to-use and useful application designed to help you encrypt and decrypt signature certificates. It allows you to create, customize, and securely transmit PDF documents quickly, affordably, and easily.
Signature995 uses native PDF encryption, offering a high level of protection for all your Internet communications, including legal documents and financial transactions.
Signature995 employs Microsoft digital certificate technologies to create and validate digital signatures. It is both powerful and easy to use. Signature995 supports PDF documents (*.pdf), Microsoft Office documents (*.doc, *.xls, *.ppt) and Zip archives (*.zip) and UltraPdf documents (*.updf).
Here are some key features of "Signature995":
· Generates a key from your password to encrypt PDF documents (*.pdf), Microsoft Office documents (*.doc, *.xls, *.ppt) and Zip archives (*.zip). The encrypted file is placed in the same folder as the original document. It has the double file extension '.encrypt.995.'
· Decrypts PDF documents, Microsoft Office documents and Zip Archives encrypted with Signature995 if the correct password is supplied. The unencrypted document is placed in the same folder as the encrypted file. It has the additional file extension 'pdf', 'doc', 'xls', 'ppt' or 'zip.'
· Uses your digital certificate to sign a PDF document, Office Document or Zip Archive. If "SecureSign" is checked, the signed document will also be encrypted. The signed file is placed in the same folder as the original document. It has the double extension 'signed.995' or 'securesigned.995.'
· Uses your digital certificate to add a signature to a signed or SecureSigned (requires the document's password) document.
· Verifies signatures and displays the Certificates of a signed or SecureSigned (requires the document's password) document.
Using Signature995 on Citrix Server:
· Signature995 may be offered to Citrix / Terminal Server users by adding User Mode=1to the Parameters section of ..pdf995\res\pdf995.ini
· Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
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