You can sign with:
The PIN is required to save documents in the archive, when you save them for the first time you will need to set your PIN and save it for later use.
To save and encrypt a document in the Archive, simply drag and drop it onto the ARCHIVE icon.
To verify the successful completion of the operation click on the Expand button and access the Archive, here you will find the document in the two system folders "Author" and "Date", based on the properties of the archived file.
The MyDò Archive allows you to keep your signed and unsigned documents in an organised manner. The documents stored in MyDò are encrypted to ensure their security. To access the Archive click on the EXPAND button.
The Archive presents
In the MyDò tree structure you will find by default the AUTHOR/DATE/PREFERENCES and PERSONAL DOCUMENTS folder
By positioning yourself on the title of a document saved in MyDò and right-clicking on it, you will be able to call up the following functions.
By clicking on the button at the top right you can call up the Backup/Restore functions.
Backup: allows you to extract the entire archive and make a copy of it (e.g. on a hard disk location if the archive is on a stick or on an external disk). It is sufficient to specify the destination path, the archived files remain encrypted even in the backup copy.
Restore: allows you to re-import a backup copy back into the archive after entering the security code. Obviously each file previously imported will be replaced by the files in the backup copy.
MyDò allows you to create your own Folders and Subfolders. To create a folder, simply position yourself on an existing one (Author, Date or Personal Documents) right-click and select the "New Folder" command. Once created, you will be able to rename it and/or add one or more subfolders by positioning yourself on the parent folder, right-clicking and selecting the "New Subfolder" command.
MyDò allows you to sign documents using the simple qualified electronic signature or the advanced electronic signature with smart card.
Although technologically identical, the simple certified electronic signature is only valid for the organisation that issued the certificate (internal value), while the smart card signature has legal value.
2. Select the signature certificate to use, User Certificate or Smart Card, by clicking on the corresponding icon.
3. If you want to save the signed document in the archive and/or verify the signature upon completion of the operation, put a flag on the corresponding boxes.
4. Click on the Signature button.
After signing the document you can consult it in .p7m format:
This functionality is similar to the previous one but dedicated only to PDF files.
1. To sign a PDF document drag it onto the dedicated icon.
2. Click on the Sign document icon and draw a rectangle to outline the fima area.
3. Select the certificate to use, User Certificate or Smart Card, by clicking on the corresponding icon.
4. Enter the FLAG in the corresponding boxes if you want to customize the signature:
5. If you want to save the signed document in the archive put a flag on the corresponding box and then click on Signature.
To verify the validity of a document's signature, simply drag and drop the document to be verified onto the Signature Verification icon.
MyDò will give evidence of the outcome of the verification directly on the document.