Digitally sign pdf
ulriks at ruc.dk
Thu Sep 22 08:04:47 CEST 2005
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Using gpg -b file.pdf results in a detached signature. However, only
internal signatures will do. The idea is to sign applications and
having a detached signature (or a signature in general) just confuses
people who are not computer scientists.
Thanks for the quick response
Laurent Jumet wrote:
> Hello !
> Ulrik Stervbo <ulriks at ruc.dk> wrote:
> US> I was wondering how I could sign pdf-documents created with
> pdflatex? US> Can I use OpenPGP in some way?
> US> I have messed about with itext, but I end up with a 'form
> warning bar' US> in the viewer - not really what I want :-D
> The only practical way seems a detached signature. You may want to
> use GPGShell for that purpose.
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