DigiDoc container format life cycle
An overview of DigiDoc container formats supported by different versions and components of the ID-sofrware.
Manual installation of Trust Service Status Lists of certificates in DigiDoc Client
DigiDoc4 uses Trust Service Status Lists (TSLs) to check the trustworthiness of certificates of BDOC and ASiC-E files both upon signing and signature validation.
Signing and encrypting Office Outlook 2016 e-mails with SK certificates (Windows)
Instructions for signing and encrypting e-mails in Outlook 2016.
ID-card generations supported in different versions of the ID-software
During the lifetime of the ID-card, the card’s security elements, design and the chip firmware have all changed.
“Managed by your organization” message in Chrome
During installation of ID-software, Token Signing plugin is automatically installed by Chrome and automatically activated. Chrome displays a message, “Managed by your organization”, under settings-
Instructions for globally configuring and locking configurations for location of the access certificate, password and IP-based access necessary for signing in the DigiDoc4 Client.
Instructions for globally configuring and locking configurations for location of the access certificate, password and IP-based access necessary for signing in the DigiDoc4 client.
Allowing plugins necessary for Google Chrome (Token Signing) via Active Directory
Allowing the Google Chrome plugin Token Signing, necessary for use of ID-card, using Active Directory.
Administrator’s guide for administration and installation of Open-EID on the basis of version 20.10
The latest version of Open EID software has become installation component-based. A central configuration admin interface has been added, allowing the software configuration settings in the user’s computer to be updated from the State Information System Authority (RIA) servers.
List of URLs contacted internally by the ID-card software
List of addresses contacted internally by the ID-card software.