UniToken Integration Guide Adobe PDF

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Install the PKI package

This section explains how to install the PKI package that can be found inside the UniToken SDK. The End User package can be found inside the folder "Redist/Enduser/".

1 Right-click on the PKI package installation file and choose [Run as administrator]. Execute the file with an account that has administrator rights on this computer. Bitlocker img01.jpg
2 Click on [Next] in the InstallShield Wizard welcome screen. Bitlocker img02.jpg
3 Input your User Name and Company Name and click on [Next]. Bitlocker img03.jpg
4 Select [Complete] and click on [Next]. Bitlocker img04.jpg
5 Click on [Install] to begin the installation of the PKI package. Bitlocker img05.jpg
6 Verify that the InstallShield Wizard completed successfully and click on [Finish]. Bitlocker img06.jpg

Request a VeriSign Certificate

1 Open your internet browser of your choice and navigate to the page https://digitalid.verisign.com/client/class1MS.htm With VeriSign, you have the option of either buying a digital certificate, or obtaining a free evaluation digital certificate usable for 60 days. Adobepdf img01.jpg
2 In the field "Cryptographic Service Provider Name", choose [UniToken PRO CSP v2.0]. Adobepdf img02.jpg
3 Click on [Accept] to request the certificate. Adobepdf img03.jpg
4 Type the corresponding User PIN for the UniToken PRO device and click [OK]. Adobepdf img04.jpg
5 An email containing a Digital ID PIN and explaining how to continue the request procedure will be sent to the email address specified earlier. Copy the Digital ID PIN from the email and navigate to the URL specified in the email: https://digitalid.verisign.com/enrollment/mspickup.htm. Adobepdf img05.jpg
6 Paste the Digital ID PIN copied from the email in the corresponding field and click on [Submit]. Adobepdf img06.jpg
7 Click on [INSTALL] to import the certificate inside your UniToken PRO. If UniToken Monitor is running, a "Certificate Imported Successfully" message will appear. The request procedure is complete. You can now use this certificate to protect documents, sign and encrypt emails and related applications. Adobepdf img07.jpg

Encrypt a PDF Document

1 With Adobe Acrobat Pro, open the PDF document you wish to protect. Adobepdf img08.jpg
2 In the menu, click on [Advanced], [Security], [Encrypt with Certificate]. In Adobe Acrobat PRO X (version 10), this option can be found in [File], [Property], [Security] tab, [Protect with Certificate]. Adobepdf img09.jpg
3 Under "Select Document Components to Encrypt", select the option best suited for your requirements; [Encrypt all document contents] is suggested for utmost security. Under "Encryption Algorithm", choose the encryption algorithm to encrypt the document with. The greater the encryption strength, the greater the security of the document, at the expense of compatibility, however. Click [Next]. Adobepdf img10.jpg
4 Choose the certificate you wish to use to encrypt the document with, then click on [Next]. Adobepdf img11.jpg
5 Verify the configured settings are correct, then click on [Finish]. Adobepdf img12.jpg
6 A warning message will appear, stating that the document must be saved to apply the security settings. Click [OK] to acknowledge the warning, then proceed to save the file to apply changes. Adobepdf img13.jpg

Open an Encrypted PDF Document

1 When opening an encrypted PDF document, you will be prompted to type the UniToken User’s password. Input the password and click on [OK].
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2 The appropriate UniToken device and corresponding password is required to open the document, otherwise, the document cannot be opened. Adobepdf img15.jpg
3 If the token is absent whilst attempting to open the document, an error "You do not have access right to this encrypted document" will appear and will be unable to open the document. Adobepdf img16.jpg


PDF: Portable document format

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI): a set of hardware, software, people, policies, and procedures needed to create, manage, distribute, use, store, and revoke digital certificates.

Microsoft Cryptography API, MS-CAPI: an application programming interface included with Microsoft Windows operating systems that provides services to enable developers to secure Windows-based applications using cryptography.

PKCS: refers to a group of public-key cryptography standards devised and published by RSA Security.