A digital signature is an electronic signature that has the same legal validity as a handwritten signature. Digital signing is very simple. You will only need a digital document (e.g. an ID-card, digital ID, mobile-ID or Smart-ID) and a signing solution (e.g. ID-software or RIA DigiDoc mobile app).
Signing with Lithuanian mobile-ID and verifying signatures in the DigiDoc4 Client
Digital signatures given with Lithuanian mobile-ID can be conveniently verified via DIgiDoc4.
For organisations that sign large quantities of documents using DigiDoc4 Client and RIA DigiDoc mobile application.
All ID card, digital ID and/or mobile-ID holders have an allotted number of free digital signatures every calendar month. The limit affects signing for personal use and only digital signatures executed through ID-software.
Saving e-signature confirmation page
Using DigiDoc4, the e-signature confirmation page can be saved and printed. The confirmation page displays data on the signed files and the signers.
Document has invalid signature
Did you encounter a situation where digital signing of the document worked correctly but the signature became invalid when you sent the signed document to a recipient?
Signing and encryption with a digital seal (crypto-stick)
To use a digital seal and encryption certificate issued on a crypto-stick with DIgiDoc4, you will need:
SafeNet Authentication Client installed on your computer in addition to the ID-software.
Digital signing with Finnish ID-cards
Did you know that DigiDoc4 allows you to conveniently and rapidly verify digital signatures given with the Finnish ID-card and sign documents using the Finnish ID-card? Or that a signature given with the Finnish ID-card is not at a level equivalent to a digital signature given with the Estonian ID-card?
Access certificate: what is it?
When you install ID software, an access certificate is automatically installed into your computer, giving you access to the SK ID Solutions AS (SK) validity confirmation service.
Digital signing with Latvian and Lithuanian ID-cards
Did you know that DigiDoc4 allows you to validate digital signatures given with the Latvian and Lithuanian ID card as well? And that you can use the Lithuanian and Latvian ID cards for signing?