Timestamping Demo

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This demo demonstrate working of an RFC3161 compliant TSA service. You can use test your RFC3161 compliant TSA client applications against this service (see the note below). Alternatively you can perform manual time stamping of your documents using the web form below.
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Select your document
Use a standard contract.pdf document
already held on the server (View PDF)
Use my own document, which I will upload
(see note below on restrictions on document size)
 
REQUEST TIMESTAMP
This free Ascertia TSA service is for demo/testing purposes only and powered by ADSS TSA Server (J2EE application). If you are uploading your own file, in this demo we restrict the file size to 500KB .

This demo uses a standard timestamp (RFC3161) request to protect the document. The document’s fingerprint hash is included within the signed timestamp token response.

You can directly test your Time stamp client applications against the Ascertia TSA Service. The service is located on the following address: http://account.ascertia.com/adss/tsa

TSA responses are signed by the ADSS TSA Server using the RSA/SHA1 algorithm. The certificate used to verify the TSA responses is available here. Your TSA client applications must trust this certificate in order to verify the signature on the TSA responses correctly.