In this section you can find interesting background information for developers of digital services about e-services, Estonian e-state insignia, applicable standards, etc.
KLASS3-SK 2016 vahesertifikaadi kasutusele võtmisega seotud info e-teenuste pakkujatele
Allolev info on oluline ennekõike infosüsteemide omanikele, kes kasutavad SK poolt väljastatud e-Templit (digitemplit), krüpteerimis-või autentimissertifikaati või veebiserveri (SSL) sertifikaate. Miks muudatused toimuvad? Tulenevalt uuenenud nõuetest sertifitseerimisteenustele on SK ID Solutions AS (SK) kasutusele võtnud…
BDOC, CDOC and ASICE DigiDoc file formats
An overview of DigiDoc container formats supported by different versions and components of the ID-software can be found on the DigiDoc container format life cycle page. There is also a sample file for each format..
Documentation of different generations of ID-cards: applicable standards and technical documents to review before developing ID-card services.
Cryptographic algorithms life cycle reports
Cryptographic algorithms life cycle reports ordered by the Information System Authority.
DigiDoc libraries: overview
DigiDoc libraries can be used to create DigiDoc-compatible applications. An overview of DigiDoc libraries and file formats supported therein.
Digital stamping means digital signing with an e-Stamp designed for legal persons. The service is offered by SK ID Solutions AS. There are two methods of digital stamping: stamping individual documents with DigiDoc4 and mass stamping with the DigiDoc4j utility program.
Chip application generations supported by different versions of ID-software
The visual security elements and design as well as the chip application of ID-cards have been changed over the years. Only the latest ID-software supports the latest ID-cards.
Electronic signatures and addressing them in Europe
eIDAS (electronic IDentification, Authentication and trust Services) is the regulation on e-identification and e-transactions effective in the European Union, which is aimed at simplification of the use of cross-border e-services through harmonised standards and operating principles.
Architecture of ID-software
Architecture of ID-software document “Architecture of ID-software” gives an overview of ID components, their internal and external interfacing and their location in software runtime environments.
Logos and other symbols of electronic identity (eID) can be used free of charge by all providers of e-services. Logos, pictograms, etc. can be found from the eID symbols page on the RIA website.