ADSS Server provides comprehensive digital signature creation, verification and time-stamping services to any online application needing to trust documents and data that it sends out or receives. It is a single server product but market under various names depending on the modules selected. ADSS Server has been designed for internal enterprise use as well as external multi-party use and for Managed Service Providers.
ADSS Signing Service provides a comprehensive solution for creating advanced digital signatures on any type of document, web form or online transaction data. Click here for details.
ADSS Verification Service provides the OASIS DSS and DSS-X compliant options for data and document signature verification services to any requesting client application. Click here for details.
ADSS Certification Service provides the certificate authority services to client applications, which may act as RA and send public keys for certification and/ or request the creation of asymmetric key pairs. Click here for details.
ADSS OCSP Service is an advanced implementation of the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) for providing the revocation status of x.509 certificate, based on either CRLs or realtime certificate information. Click here for details.
ADSS TSA Service provides an independent and irrefutable proof of time for transactions, documents and digital signatures. It can create legal weight evidence that business transactions occurred at a defined moment in time, and they have not been subsequently altered. Click here for details.
ADSS XKMS Service provides a sophisticated real-time certification Validation Authority, fully conformant with W3C XKMS and PEPPOL validation protocol. Click here for details.
ADSS SCVP Service supports the RFC5055 Server-based Certificate Validation Protocol (SCVP). This protocol is used to determine and validate the path between an X.509 digital certificate and a trusted root. Click here for details.
ADSS Go>Sign Service is a complete client side solution for browser-based document viewing, form-filling, advanced signing/ authentication and centralised signature verification, by using the local and server held keys. Click here for details.
ADSS RA Service acts as a gateway between PKI end-entities that include human users, servers or devices, and the back-end secure Certificate Authorities (CAs). Click here for details.
The ADSS Key Manager module is responsible for managing all the keys used within the ADSS system (i.e. for any of the service modules). The keys can be generated, stored and used inside a PKCS#11 compliant HSM or within the ADSS database in case of software mode. Click here for details.
The ADSS Trust Manager module is used to register all the acceptable Trust Authorities (TAs). It is a global utility, supporting various other modules of ADSS Server to verify signed objects such as certificates, OCSP responses, CRLs or timestamp tokens. Click here for details.
The ADSS CRL Monitor module provides an automated monitoring for multiple CRL issuers, it provides effective management reporting, failure alerting through email and SMS and other advanced options. Click here for details.
The ADSS Global Settings module is used to configure ADSS Server settings that are applicable throughout the ADSS modules. Click here for details.
The Manage CAs module provides the capability to configure multiple local CAs/ AAs and/ or external CAs for the certification purposes. Click here for details.
The ADSS Access Control module provides a secure authentication and authorization mechanism via ADSS Server Console. Click here for details.