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Test digital signing in browser with ID-cards of neighbouring countries

15.06.2015

So far digital signing in browser required the Estonian ID-card, now there is also support for Latvian, Lithuanian and Finnish ID-cards on the Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers. 

Since the support for signature when using ID-cards of neighbouring countries is only available in beta at present, we are asking providers of e-services who have international projects in Finland and Baltic countries to test the beta versions and share your feedback with us. Please send your feedback by e-mail to support at sk dot ee.

The installation packs of new solutions and instructions are available in GitHub. The binary package for the digital signature plug-in in Chrome is available at https://github.com/open-eid/chrome-token-signing/releases, and instructions for installation and use are available in Wiki at https://github.com/open-eid/chrome-token-signing/wiki/Token-Support.

The binary package for the digital signature plug-in for the Internet Explorer and Firefox is available at https://github.com/open-eid/browser-token-signing/releases, and instructions are available in Wiki at https://github.com/open-eid/browser-token-signing/wiki/Token-Support.

New web signing plug-ins with international smartcard support in the Chrome and Internet Explorer web browsers will be publicly available in ID-software version 3.11 by August at the latest.

In the Firefox web browser, support for neighbouring countries will be added by the autumn.


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