[nSLUG] Timstamping a document
nslug at kernelpanic.ca
Fri Oct 4 11:27:17 ADT 2013
It looks like you need to "armor" you pdf and email it to
binary at stamper.itconsult.co.uk
You can ascii-armor you pdf with the command:
gpg --enarmor foo.pdf
which produces: foo.pdf.asc
compose an email to binary at stamper.itconsult.co.uk. I think you need to
copy the contents of foo.pdf.asc into your email instead of attaching the
file to your email. But I can't be sure.
On Fri, Oct 4, 2013 at 8:24 AM, Gerald Ruderman <linux at zdoit.airpost.net>wrote:
> Then publishing a list of timestamps and when they were issued.
> On 10/4/13 5:23 AM, Vlado Keselj wrote:
> > It seems to me that itconsult.co.uk works by receiving document (maybe
> > encrypted) and issuing a certificate. So this is a third-party
> > confirmation that a document existed at certain time.
> > Vlado
> > On Thu, 3 Oct 2013, Richard Bonner wrote:
> >> On Thu, 3 Oct 2013, Gerald Ruderman wrote:
> >>> I am trying to timestamp a PDF to prove it existed at a certain time.
> >> (Snip)
> >> *** Since timestamps can be changed, a file's date and time are not
> proof of
> >> its actual creation date.
> >> Richard
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