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Configure the Aloaha Timestamping Server (TSA) to run as IIS Application

The Aloaha Timestamping Software comes with an inbuilt web server to make sure it works out of the box without any further configuration. Nevertheless many customers require the time stamping software to run as IIS Application. That has various reasons…

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PAdES (PDF Advanced Electronic Signatures) now included in Aloaha Time Stamping Server

Many customer requested to issue digital signatures in the new PAdES (PDF Advanced Electronic Signatures) format. As usual we listened to our customer and included the new signature API in our Time Stamping Application. PAdES (PDF Advanced Electronic Signatures) is a…

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Aloaha now with its own HSM Module

A hardware security module (HSM) is a physical computing device that safeguards and manages digital keys for strong authentication and provides cryptoprocessing. These modules traditionally come in the form of a plug-in card or an external device that attaches directly…

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Time Stamping Server (TSS) as a Service (SaaS)

We do offer our Time Stamping Server on a dedicated server as “Software as a Service (SaaS)” That might be useful for customer: requiring a large quantity of time stamps which are for some reasons NOT allowed to host it in…

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Install the Time Stamping Server (TSS) in your own data-center

There are many reasons why it might be required to install the server software in the own data-center.   For example: high volumes of time-stamps required high performance required backups, archiving and audits of issued token must be done locally…

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