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Re: [tdf-discuss] LO 5 PDF export sign/timestamp

Can anybody confirm the following work using:

Writer Version: 1:5.0.3~rc2-1+b2
debian stretch amd64

*timestamp an ODF document exported to pdf where a http(s) timestamp
server requires authentication?

*ibid + sign the pdf with a commercial CA cert?

*only sign a pdf with a commercial CA cert that does not produce a pdf
altered after signing?

please confirm how you did it........

> hello
> anybody had luck time stamping a PDF exported from libreoffice 5?
> i tried on debian/stretch 5.0.2-1 with no useful error output
> the export process doesn't prompt for TSA credentials
> then, signing just with a CA valid cert works, but opening the PDF in a
> windows acrobat or reader shows a modification warning after signing
> does not seem thorough yet in the new libreoffice

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Re: [tdf-discuss] LO 5 PDF export sign/timestampRichard <richard.holt@gmail.com>
[tdf-discuss] LO 5 PDF export sign/timestampFulano Diego Perez <fulanoperez@cryptolab.net>
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