I am new to digital signature. I have a web application developed in asp.net 3.5. In one of the module of this application I am generating pdf file and storing it on the server. The users must be able to choose a pdf file(Available on the server) and digitally
sign it with a certificate stored locally (either on their machine or in a smartcard). I do not know whether I should pass pdf file to client place to sign it or I should send Certificate object to the server.
I thought of using ActiveX to get the certificate available on the client machine and send the object of the Certificate to the server Using Web Service or WCF.
Any help on this will be greatly appreciated.
Edited bySurya GahlotThursday, August 12, 2010 5:46 AMmodification in the content
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