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Acrobat 7.x Security Tutorial - Digital Signatures, Security Methods and Document Security


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Acrobat 7.x Security User Guide
Digital Signatures, Security Methods, and Document Security
Acrobat and Adobe Reader Version 7.X
1 Whatís in this Guide?
2 Getting and Using Your Digital ID
Digital ID Basics
What is a Digital ID?
Digital ID Related Files and Storage Mechanisms
Getting Your Digital ID
Digital ID Management
Generic ID Operations
Specifying Default Digital ID Usage
Changing or Clearing the Default Digital ID
Sharing (Exporting) a Digital ID Certificate
Viewing All of Your Digital IDs
Viewing Digital ID Certificate Details
Managing PKCS#12 Digital ID Files
Finding an Existing Digital ID in a PKCS#12 File
Adding and Removing Digital ID Files from the File List
Changing an ID Fileís Password
Changing a PKCS#12 Fileís Password Timeout
Logging in to PKCS#12 Files
Creating a Self-Signed Digital ID
Deleting a PKCS#12 Digital ID
Managing Windows Digital IDs
Finding an Existing Digital ID in a Windows Cert Store File
Creating a Self-Signed Digital ID
Deleting a Windows Digital ID
Managing PKCS#11 IDs
Adding an ID that Resides on External Hardware
Changing Passwords
Logging into a Device
3 Managing Trusted Identities
Creating a Community of Document Authors and Recipients
Setting up the Trusted Identity Environment
Creating Default User Information
Adding Certificate Servers as Searchable Directories
Using the Windows Certificate Store for Signing and Certificate Security
Adding Someone to Your Trusted Identity List
Adding a Digital ID from a Signature
Requesting a Digital ID via Email
Browsing for a Trusted Identity
Searching for a Digital ID to Trust
Importing a Single Certificate From an FDF File
Working with Digital IDs and Certificates
Displaying a Certificate in the Certificate Viewer
Verifying Self-Signed Certificates
Checking Certificate Revocation Status
Trusting Timestamp Authority Certificates
Certificate Trust Settings
Trusting a Certificate for Signing and Certifying
Trusting Dynamic Content in Certified Documents
Trusting JavaScript in Certified Documents
Selecting a Certificate to use for Encryption
Managing Contacts
Viewing and Editing Contact Details
Emailing Certificate or Contact Data
Saving Certificate or Contact Details to a File
Associating a Certificate with a Contact
Changing a Trusted Identityís Certificate Association
Deleting Contacts and Certificates
Working with Groups of Contacts
Creating a Group
Adding or Removing Group Contacts
Deleting a Group
Using Groups with Security Policies
Using Directory Servers to Add Trusted Identities
Manually Configuring a Directory Server
Editing Directory Servers Details
Deleting a Directory Server
Specifying a Default Directory Server
Importing and Exporting Directory Server Settings
4 Digital Signatures for Document Authors & Signers
Signing Basics
What is a Digital Signature?
Signature Types: Approval and Certifying
Approval Signature
Certification Signature
Common Signature Workflows
Signatures User Interface
Setting up the Signing Environment
Creating Default User Information
Changing the Default Signing Method
Including Certificate Revocation Status in a Signature
Using the Windows Certificate Store for Signing
Certifying a Document (Certification Signatures)
Recommended Certification Workflow
Setting up a Document for Certification
Certifying a Document
Why Canít I Certify?
Signing a Document Without Certifying (Ordinary Signatures)
Signing Documents in Acrobat
Signing in a Browser
Clearing One or More Signatures
Signature Field Design and Editing
Creating a Blank Signature Field
Specifying General Field Properties
Specifying Signature Field Appearances
Changing Blank Signature Field Defaults
Editing Signature Fields
Arranging Signature Fields
Creating Multiple Copies of a Signature Field
Setting Signature Field Tab Order
Authoring Signable Forms
Authoring a Document with Multiple Fields
Locking Fields Automatically After Signing
Unlocking Signature and Form Fields
Making a Field a Required Part of a Workflow
Specifying a Post-Signing Action
Personalizing Signature Appearances
Creating and Storing Signature Appearances
Editing a Signature Appearance
Deleting a Signature Appearance
Setting up Palm OS appearance files
Timestamp Basics for Authors
Adding Timestamps to Signatures
Configuring Acrobat to use Timestamps
Importing and Exporting Timestamp Server Settings
Advanced Document Customizations
Enabling JavaScript to Set Seed Values
Forcing a Certification Signature and Document Locking
Adding Custom Legal Attestations
Adding Custom Signing Reasons
Specifying Timestamps for Signing
Specifying Alternate Signature Handlers and Formats
Specifying Certificate Properties for Signing
Specifying Signing Certificates by Issuer and Subject
Specifying Signing Certificate Policies
Specifying a URL When a Valid Certificate is not Found
Custom Workflows and Beyond
5 Digital Signatures for Document Recipients
Working with Signed Documents
What Make a Signature Valid?
Signature Status and Validity Icons
Setting up Your Environment for Receiving Documents
Setting Up Automatic Signature Validation
Setting Digital Signature Validation Preferences
Configuring Document Status Preferences
Setting Dynamic Content (Multimedia) Security Options
Setting High Privilege JavaScript Security Options
High Privilege JavaScript Defined
Validating Signatures Manually
Validating a Single Signature
Validating All Signatures Simultaneously
Validating an Unknown (Untrusted) Signature
Validating a Signature for an Earlier Document Version
When the Status Icon is Not a Green Check. . .
Green Check and Caution Triangle
Question Mark and Caution Triangle
Question Mark and Person
Question Mark and Pen
Red X and Pen
Running JavaScript and Dynamic Content
Timestamp Basics for Document Recipients
Trusting a Timestamp Certificate in a Signature
When Timestamps Canít be Verified. .
Viewing and Comparing Document Changes and Versions
Viewing a Signed Version of a Document
Viewing a List of Post-Signing Modifications
Comparing Documents
Comparing a Signed Version with the Current Version
Comparing Documents by Page
Comparing Documents by Word
6 Document Security Methods
Security Method Basics
Choosing a Security Method Type
Security Policies
Security Methods and Encryption
Security Methods and Permissions
Viewing Encryption and Permission Settings
Security Method User Interface
Associating Batch Processing with a Security Method
Password Security
Applying Password Security
Setting Permissions
Opening a Password-Protected Document
Removing a Password
Changing Document Collection Passwords
Password Recovery
Certificate Security
Using Windows Certificate Store Certificates
Applying Certificate Security
Applying a Certificate Security Policy
Opening a Certificate-Protected Document
Adobe Policy Server Security
Applying APS Security
Connecting to an Adobe Policy Server
Using the Server (APS) Web Console
Viewing Server Policies in the APS Console
Creating an APS Policy in the APS Console
Importing and Exporting APS Settings
Changing Security Methods and Settings
Viewing Security Settings in Acrobat
Viewing Security Settings in a Browser
Changing the Security Method
Changing Security Method Settings
Removing Document Security
7 Security Policies
Security Policy Basics
Security Policy Types
User vs. Organizational Policies
Security Policy User Interface
Managing Security Policies
Creating Security Policies
Applying a Security Policy to a Group
Viewing a Security Policy
Copying a Security Policy
Editing a Security Policy
Making a Security Policy Favorite
Refreshing the Security Policy List
Adding a Security Policy to a Document
Removing Security Policy from a Document
Deleting a Security Policy from the Policy List
8 Sharing Application Settings with FDF Files
Importing Acrobat Data
Responding to an Emailed Request for a Digital ID
Importing a Single Certificate
Importing Multiple Certificates
Importing Timestamp Server Settings
Importing Directory Server Settings
Importing Adobe Policy Server Settings
Importing a Trust Anchor and Setting Trust
Exporting Acrobat Data
Distributing a Trust Anchor or Trust Root
Export the Trust Anchor
Provide Instructions to the Trusted Root Recipients
Optional: Setting Certificate Trust Level
Provide Instructions to the Trusted Root Recipients
Exporting Your Certificate
Emailing Your Certificate
Saving Your Digital ID Certificate to a File
Requesting a Certificate via Email
Emailing Server Details
Exporting Server Details
9 External Content and Document Security
Setting Attachment Options
Default Attachment Behavior
Modifying Attachment Behavior Via the User Interface
Adding Custom Attachment Extensions
Propagating New Attachment Settings
Allowing Attachments to Open Files or Launch Applications
External Stream Access
Internet URL Access
10 Index

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