Timestamping Intermediate Certificates

Timestamping Intermediate Certificates

Overview

Adding a trusted timestamp to code or an electronic signature provides a digital seal of data integrity and a trusted date and time of when the transaction took place. Recipients of documents and code with a trusted timestamp can verify when the document or code was digitally or electronically signed, as well as verify that the document or code was not altered after the date the timestamp vouches for.

Intermediate Certificates help complete a "Chain of Trust". Timestamping Intermediate Certificates are already bundled with our Timestamp service. 

Instructions for installing SSL Certificates on various platforms can be found here: SSL Installation

Intermediate Certificates

GlobalSign Timestamping CA - SHA384 - G4

GlobalSign Timestamping CA - SHA384 - G4
SHA384 • RSA • 4096

Valid until: 10 December 2034
Serial #: ‎01:ec:1c:92:40:de:fd:2e:40:5d:7c:47:74
Thumbprint: f5:85:50:09:25:78:6f:88:e7:21:d2:35:24:0a:24:52:ae:3d:23:f9

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GlobalSign Partners Timestamping CA - SHA384 - G4

GlobalSign Partners Timestamping CA - SHA384 - G4
SHA384 • RSA • 4096

Valid until: 10 December 2034
Serial #: ‎01:ee:5f:15:7e:d0:38:ca:38:5d:7f:3c:e7
Thumbprint: ‎6f:d0:31:3f:49:9e:5a:a5:16:f1:da:e2:7a:95:af:a1:b1:57:a4:7c

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