SigniFlow’s Notifier is more than just an ordinary desktop alert. This toolset allows you to see, at a glance, all documents that require your attention or action – and to preview them. Notifier exists as an icon on your desktop, giving you easy access to documents, as well as the ability to sign them instantly, without the need to first log in to SigniFlow. Notifier will clearly show you the status of documents – i.e. whether they are normal, urgent or very urgent, and allow you to switch seamlessly between other apps that are a part of the toolset.


Certificate Manager

Cert Manager – available to all SigniFlow Legal and SigniFlow Professional account holders – allows you to sign documents with a certificate on a smart card or dongle. The overriding benefit of using this tool to sign multiple documents, is that of time savings, for both yourself and your clients. Cert Manager gives you total peace of mind that all your documentation is legal, and that it will remain fraud-free.


Split and Sign

Split and Sign enables you to split a PDF up into single pages – regardless of the size of the PDF – and allows you to sign on each page with just one action. The app is set up so that you can sign with an API or a smartcard/dongle. All SigniFlow users have access to Split & Sign, regardless of the type of account they hold.


XML Signer

XML Signer allows SigniFlow Legal and Professional account holders to sign XML documents using a smart card or dongle holding a valid certificate. Supported by XAdES file types, this app also allows for validation of the certificate used to sign the XML document/documents, and is compatible with Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint.

Microsoft Office Plugins

Microsoft Office Plugins allow users to easily prepare and upload documents for signing to SigniFlow from within Microsoft Office applications.

Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Outlook

Simply log in to your SigniFlow account and download the Toolset from the Software tab in your profile. It's free and works on the latest Microsoft Windows operating systems.


SigniFlow Notifier

An application designed for the executive who has to sign and approve many documents a day.

By simply opening Notifier from your Windows Taskbar, you have the ability to preview, read, enlarge and easily scroll through all your pending documents.

Notifier then enables you to sign - or reject - one or many documents at the same time, with a single click from your desktop.


Certificate Manager

SigniFlow's Certificate Manager is a Windows application that allows users with Legal and/or Professional licences to sign documents in SigniFlow with a personal digital signing certificate, located on their smart card or USB dongle.


Split and Sign

The Split and Sign Windows application allows users to upload large Adobe Acrobat PDF documents that is made up of multiple single page documents (like a bulk - payslip, P.O.D or invoice - run) where each page requires to be signed. The application will split the PDF into single pages and apply a digital signature on each page.

The split pages can then be redirected to and end-point destination of your choice.

There are various options to set the signature appearance as well as to toggle between a USB dongle or an Application Programming Interface (API), depending on where the signing certificate is stored.


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Signing an XML

XML Signer allows SigniFlow users with Legal or Professional licences to sign XML documents using a smart card, USB dongle or a SigniFlow signing certificate. Supported by XAdES file types, this Windows application also allows users to validate the certificate used to sign a XML document.

These are the six XAdES profiles of protection SigniFlow offers:

• XAdES (or XAdES-BES for “Basic Electronic Signature”): This provides basic authentication and integrity protection and satisfies the legal requirements for advanced electronic signatures as defined in the Directive 1999/93/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 1999 on a Community framework for electronic signatures [ EU-DIR-ESIG]. This profile does not provide non-repudiation of signature existence or long-term validation.

• XAdES-T (Timestamp): This profile adds a timestamp (i.e. the time the digital signature was applied) that provides protection against repudiation of a digital certificate. If the applicable digital certificate was not repudiated before the time of the digital signature, repudiation of the signature is not possible.

• XAdES-C (Complete): Useful for situations in which information is archived by an external source such as a trusted service provider, this profile includes references to the set of data that supports the validation of the electronic signature (i.e. references to the certification path and its associated revocation status information). XAdES-C allows offline verification, but does not store the actual data.

• XAdES-X (Extended): This profile is essentially an XML Advanced Electronic Signature with extended validation data. It includes a timestamp on the references to the validation data, or on the signature element and the validation data. The XAdES timestamp takes into account the risk that any keys used in the certificate chain, or in the revocation status information, may be compromised.

• XAdES-X-L (Extended long-term): XML Advanced Electronic Signatures with extended validation data that is incorporated for the long term. This profile, which includes the crucial feature of long-term validation, adds actual certificates and revocation lists to the signed document to allow verification in future, even if the original source is not available.

• XAdES-A (Archival): This profile includes additional timestamps for archiving signatures so that they are protected in the event cryptographic data becomes weak. It allows for periodical timestamping, for example each year, of the archived document in order to prevent any compromise that may be caused by the weakening of a signature over a period of time.