SSL.com Launches eSigner Cloud Signing Service for Document and Code Signing

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SSL.com launches eSigner, a unified platform for cloud-based digital document and code signing with GUI and API.

SSL.com announces the beta release of its eSigner cloud document and code signing service. With the launch of eSigner, SSL.com is the only company offering a unified platform, both UI and API, for both remote document and code signing.

eSigner's certificates and signing keys are securely stored in the cloud and can be accessed from any internet-connected device, with no need for USB tokens or HSMs. Businesses and other organizations can integrate eSigner with their document and code signing workflows (including CI/CD), and software publishers and service providers can use eSigner to easily offer digital signing capabilities to their customers.

eSigner includes:

  • Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC)-compliant API for document and code signing
  • eSigner Express GUI web application for document and code signing
  • CodeSignTool command-line tool for code signing on Windows, Linux, and macOS

Any SSL.com document signing or extended validation (EV) code signing certificate may be enrolled in eSigner, and the service offers the same universal trust as SSL.com’s token-based certificates. eSigner document signatures are trusted by Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, and LibreOffice. eSigner EV code signatures are trusted by Microsoft Authenticode and Java, and offer Windows kernel-mode driver signing and instant SmartScreen reputation.

eSigner is currently in limited beta release for existing SSL.com customers, with full official launch planned for April 2021. Those interested in trying eSigner may contact Support@SSL.com or call 1-877-SSL-SECURE for complete information.

About SSL.com

Located in Houston, Texas, SSL.com is a global digital certificate provider trusted by all major browsers, a member of the Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL), an approved PKI provider for the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR), a voting member of the global CA/Browser Forum, an executive member of the Cloud Signature Consortium, and an approved North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) WEQ-12 CA and PKI Sub-Committee member. SSL.com offers SSL/TLS, code signing, document signing, email, and client authentication certificates to meet a wide range of personal and business needs. For more information on SSL.com, digital certificates, and document signing, please contact sales@SSL.com.

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