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In a PDF, signature information is contained in a signature dictionary. Objects in the dictionary are defined by the PDF Reference. The entries in these dictionaries determine the nature and features of the signature, and by extension, what data can be available to any PDF viewer designed to process the signature data. When a PDF is signed, the signer’s certificate is embedded in the PDF file. The relationship between the digital ID stored on the user’s hardware device and the signature value embedded in the PDF document. The signature value may also include additional information such as a signature graphic, a time stamp, and other data that may be specific to the user, system, or application. This is the precise reason Qlik NPrinting does not authenticate or authorize using Digital Signature.
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