The CertifyID Time Stamp Server is part of WISeKey range of Public Key Infrastructure components that meet the trusted time needs of today’s leading enterprises. In commercial transactions, the ability to prove that a document exists or was signed, funds were transferred, or an important transaction conducted, at a specific trusted point of time can be of utmost importance.
The CertifyID TimeStamp Server powers WISeKey’s TimeStamp service which allows any client to produce evidentiary proof of the existence and integrity of any file or data, such as contract, testament etc. at a given point of time. The TimeStamp server provides a TimeStamp token in response to a request from a remote client. The client’s request contains a hash th at is derived from the document or data that is being stamped, and the TimeStamp server returns a token that is signed by a Trusted TimeStamp Authority.
The CertifyID TimeStamp Server runs on Windows Server and offers a complete solution for establishing TimeStamp Authorities and providing a TimeStamp service.”
The CertifyID TimeStamp client allows the application of timestamp tokens to any file, or the WISeSign PDF signing software (V1.2 and higher), that allow you to sign and timestamp Acrobat PDF documents.
Enterprises and Developers will appreciate the CertifyID TimeStamp Developer Manual, which guides developers in adding time stamping client capability to their applications and integrate TimeStamp capabilities into existing systems and software.
- IETF RFC-3161 compliant,
- Supports SHA-1 SHA-256, SHA-512 and MD5 in incoming TimeStamp requests;
- X.509 standards compliant,
- Supports time stamping services (Time Stamp Authorities) with configurable timestamp issuing policies,
- Uses the local available machine clock, synchronised to Stratum 1 or other atomic clock derived time source, as UTC time source,
- Supports hardware security modules for cryptographic key storage and operations,
- Comprehensive audit and transaction logs,
- Comes with a client application, which the integration of timestamp requests into existing applications,
- Works with any standards-based Certificate Authority,
- Easy to use and operate, through friendly GUI programs such as WISeSign PDF and CID TS Client,
- Completely standards based following standards such as IETF PKIX, RFC 2630, RFC 3126, RFC3161, and various other international standards,
- Works with several vendor toolkits that follow international standards (IETF PKIX/RFC 3161),
- Supports up to 4096 bit RSA keys.
- Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0;
- For database log option:-
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005 / SQL Server Express
- 50 timestamps per second (1024 RSA signature)
- Platform: Intel Pentium 4 running at 3Ghz with 2 GB of RAM