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Many applications, such as email use X.509 certificates. There used to be free certificates from a company called Thawte, but after they were bought by Verisign, the free certificate program ended.

Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Something like this?

Which operating system are you using?  There was a good page in Ubuntu's "Community Documentation" 
which just let me copy&paste a load of instructions without having to understand the explanations in the 
middle.  It seemed to do the trick.

Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Wed, 20/6/12, Anthony Easthope<>  wrote:

From: Anthony Easthope<>
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Signing Documents with a personal Certificate
Date: Wednesday, 20 June, 2012, 22:36

Hi guys

I have been recently been given a project where I have to sign my
Document with a personal signature (as in a certificate)
Now I know that you can do this with LO but what I am confused about as
to how I can get a Personal User Certificate that is able to identify me
&  is at not cost to my self. If some one would be able to advise me on
where to get one&  how best to install the certificate for use withing
LO that would be of a huge help! (:


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