Forget Trump and Brexit, let’s all go live in the internet
10November

Forget Trump and Brexit, let’s all go live in the internet

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NEW SCIENTIST by Sally Adee What if you could opt-in to another country’s laws without having to actually go anywhere? Welcome to the world of e-residency IF YOU live in the UK or US, your sense of national allegiance may have faltered this year. Brexit and the election of Donald Trump have left many people feeling their […]

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It’s Time to Encrypt the Entire Internet
22August

It’s Time to Encrypt the Entire Internet

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Wired 17.4.2014 THE HEARTBLEED BUG crushed our faith in the secure web, but a world without the encryption software that Heartbleed exploited would be even worse. In fact, it’s time for the web to take a good hard look at a new idea: encryption everywhere. Most major websites use either the SSL or TLS protocol to […]

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New release with Oauth 2.0
12August

New release with Oauth 2.0

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We are very exited to announce new release: using OAuth 2.0 protocol like Google and Facebook. For details about using OAuth 2.0 for authentication, see OpenID Connect document templates and signing. Test it here! updated WordPress plugin ver 1.2.2 ID-card signing not working with IE 11. MS Edge doesn’t support Estonian ID-card. Mobile-ID works with all […]

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WordPress plugin
09July

WordPress plugin

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Smart-ID WordPress plugin features: ID-card identification – mobile-ID identification document template with custom tags document signing Download plugin

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Welcoming eIDAS 1.7.2016
01July

Welcoming eIDAS 1.7.2016

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eIDAS comes into effect across 28 EU Member States today. The regulation’s aim is to enable greater cross-border recognition of electronic Trust Services (eTS) and eIDs. Why does this matter? The introduction of eIDAS means electronic signatures, electronic seals, time stamps and other eTS forms now have the same legal status as their paper counterparts. […]

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What makes Estonian eID card secure?
07June

What makes Estonian eID card secure?

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Everyone’s eID card contains private and public keys, which are essentially very long strings of random characters, and a certificate of the national public key infrastructure, which ties the public key to the owner of the card. If a person logs into an online bank or other eService, the first “handshake” between the two computers […]

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