Netpublicator Sign


An additional page is added to the document where the signatures are displayed indicating that the document is stamped by Netpublicator as a guarantee that the signatory is the one that it claims to be, the date of signature and the BankID reference number. The appearance of this page can be customized by customer.

By opening a signed document in, for example, Acrobat Reader, a user can see that the document is signed with a, for the time when signing, valid certificate and that the document has not been changed since.

The user can choose to display detailed signature information and can also see who signed the document.

User interface

Signed document

An example of how a signed document looks like in Acrobat Reader.


The platforms provide support for abiding the privacy protection law

Several of our customers have a need to abide the privacy protection law. Therefor information can be classified to follow the privacy protection law which prohibits the possibility the save and re-distribute the information. Information classified as under the privacy protection law are automatically inaccessible and can never be shown with the public access feature on your homepage.

The platforms include support for secrecy

Several of our customers have a need to guarantee secrecy. Information uploaded to Netpublicator Docs can be classified as secret which only allows access of the information from secure platform environments, e.g. a secret file can not be opened in a web browser or emailed or shared. The access of classified information can also be further controlled though two-factor authentication. The platforms offers great possibilities to control in detail which permissions that the user has for a file and on which platforms that the file can be opened. The strictest setting only allows access to the information when logged in and thus eliminating local storage of the file. The different needs for secrecy amongst our customers varies from cases of a social service center to board documents of a bank.

The platforms includes two-factor authentication

Several of out customers have needs to further validate the identity of a user for access of information. The platforms therefor include two-factor authentication were the identity of the user is confirmed with a code sent as a text message when the user accesses sensitive information. The validity expiration time of the code can be set individually for a customer. The inactivity timeout period of the authenticated session can be set individually for each customer. The authenticated session can also be terminated from the application by the user.

The platforms use encryption for protection of information

The stored and used information is encrypted with state-of-the-art algorithms on Netpublicators servers in order to protect the information.