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Proprietary copyrights to this documentation and the software described hereto are vested in Asseco Data Systems S.A. with its seat in Gdynia, ul. Podolska 21. The above rights are protected by the Act on Copyrights and Related Rights (Journal of Laws No. 24, item 83 dated February 4, 1994, as amended).

The below documentation is distributed based on the granted license.


Introduction

SimplySign application for Android system allows the users to sign PDF documents based on the virtual card with qualified certificate or common certificate. The application supports electronic signature in PAdES format (PDF Advanced Electronic Signature ETSI TS 102 778) and uses CAdES or PKCS#7 standards to describe data structures containing a signature.



Requirements

SimplySign application requires the android system in version 4+, registered and initialized at least one virtual card, active account in the SimplySign service and qualified/common certificate(s).

Installation

In order to install the application on devices with Android system, you have to open Play Store, find SimplySign application and then install it.






After correct installation, an icon of SimplySign application will appear on the device Desktop.





Launching, activation of the application or resetting the access to the service

Launching the application

SimplySign application is launched using a button located on the Desktop.

After launching the application a start screen appears.




Service activation

In order to activate the service an activating code which is received by e-mail during the purchase of SimplySign - mobile electronic signature in Certum Store is needed.

The activation is started by pressing the Activate application button. After pressing this button, a screen allowing for activation of application or reset of the access to the already activated service appears.



In order to activate the service, press the button Activate application button. After pressing this button, a screen allowing for entering the e-mail address and activation code appears.

NOTE!!!

The e-mail address entered will be used also as the User’s ID. It is recommended to use a real e-mail address to which the user has an access - it is related to the fact, that the e-mail messages (e.g. resetting a PIN code for a virtual card) sent from the SimplySign System to the User will be sent to that address.





Firstly, fill in the Enter e-mail and Enter activation code fields.



After entering correct values in the required fields and pressing Activate button, the service will be activated.

The application will ask for your consent to access the internal information of the phone.




To continue the activation of the service press the Allow button. A screen on which you have to choose the device operating mode (device function) appears.

The following operating modes of the device are available:

  • Sign document - the application will be used only for signing documents (to log in you will be asked to enter Token OTP generated on a different device);
  • Token code generating - the application will only generate OTP Tokens used for logging in to the service on a different device;
  • All in one - the application will be used for generating OTP Tokens and signing documents at the same time (logging to the service will automatically take place after pressing Log in button - see the section of logging into the service);




After choosing the operating mode of the device and pressing OK button, the application will display a screen allowing for logging into the service (Sign document button) or going to generation of OTP Tokens (Generate Token button).




Moreover, a welcome message from Certum will be sent to the e-mail address entered during activation.



In the message details you can also find contact details of Certum.



Resetting the access to the service

Reset of the access to the service consists in contacting the Certum Help line in order to submit a request for service access reset.

The employee of the Certum Help line performs the access resetting process by verification of personal details of the User requesting the reset of the access to the service.

The User’s data contained in their Application for qualified certificate submitted in the Certum system are verified.



After correct verification, the User receives a 6-digit code, the so-called secret, from the Certum Operator.

To the e-mail address, which is the User’s ID in SimplySign System, Certum sends a one time link for reset of the service access - a link is valid for 24 hours from the moment of its generation in SimplySign system.



The User receives the e-mail message, clicks on the activation link and is directed to Certum website, where they are asked to enter 6-digit secret.

After entering the secret and pressing Send button, the User obtains the so-called QR Code called photocode. After receiving the photocode do not close the browser but proceed to the next step of resetting the access to the service.





After receiving the photocode, the User has two options of resetting the access to SimplySign service.

  • Automatic reset with the use of QR Code - the process consists in scanning the photocode using phone.
  • Manual reset based on decoded QR Code - a process applied in cases when the automatic reset cannot be implemented (e.g. a problem with reading the code by the device occurs) - this problem consists in decoding the photocode and manual entering of the parameters concerning the generation of OTP Tokens;

Both methods are described in next sections.


Automatic resetting with the use of QR Code

In order to reset the access to the service by automatic reset, one has to switch on the SimplySign application,



Then, press the Activate application button.



Then, press the Reset button.



Then, press the Scan QR code button. You will be prompted to allow SimplySign application to access the camera.




After allowing SimplySign application to access the camera, scan the photocode.

After scanning photocode, the application will be ready for use.


Manual resetting based on the decoded QR Code


Before starting the process of manual resetting, decode photocode.

The result of decoding the photocode is achievement of the so-called secret.

A character string being the result of decoding a photocode is presented below:



otpauth://totp/Certum%3Atest.assecods%40gmail.com?secret=RUSO23GYQV3PQV6NCDIK3AHREFOUBDDP&issuer=Certum&algorithm=SHA1&digits=6&period=30


This string contains a secret needed for resetting the access.

In this case this is:



RUSO23GYQV3PQV6NCDIK3AHREFOUBDDP


In order to reset the access to the service by manual reset, activate the SimplySign application.



Then, press the Activate application button.



Then, press the Reset button.



Then, press the Manual reset button. A screen allowing for entering the e-mail address/User’s ID a secret from the decoded photocode appears.



You have to enter the correct e-mail address/User’s ID and a secret and then press the Confirm button.



The application is now ready for use.


Application operating modes

Operation in “Document signing” mode

If during activation of the application it is set that the application should work in the “Document signing” mode, this will cause that the application will not generate OTP Tokens and only signing of documents will be possible. In such a case, after launching the application, a screen of logging into the service will be immediately displayed.



Operation in “Token code generating” mode

If during activation of the application it is set that the application should work in the “Token code generating” mode, this will cause that the application will only generate OTP Tokens and signing of documents will not be possible. In such a case, after launching the application, a screen displaying the currently generated OTP Token will be activated immediately.



Force time synchronization

In the "Generate Token" mode, it is possible to manually force time synchronization, which will cause the OTP Tokens to be recalculated based on the synchronized time.

This is used in case of login problems when there is a suspicion that the OTP Token is generated incorrectly.

Such synchronization changes time only within the SimplySign application and does not affect the time settings on the device.

SimplySign application, in the "Generate Token code" mode, after 40 seconds from first generation of OTP Token, will displays a hint for the User suggesting the possibility of enforcing time synchronization.



In order to force time synchronization manually, go to Settings.




next, in Settings, press the Time synchronization button. Time will be synchronized and shown the difference between the SimplySign application and time on the device.




Operation in “All in one” mode

If during activation of the application it is set that the application should work in the “All in one” mode, this will cause that the application will generate OTP Tokens and signing of documents will be also possible. In such a case, after launching of the application, a screen allowing you to start generating OTP Tokens (Generate Token button) or signing of documents (Sign document button) will be activated.



Changing the application operating mode

It is possible to change the application operating mode.

Change of the operating mode is made in the settings.

Only the following changes of the application operating mode are possible:

  • from “All in one” mode to “Token code generating” mode
  • from “All in one” mode to “Document signing” mode
  • from “Token code generating” mode to “All in one” mode
  • from “Token code generating” mode to “Document signing” mode


Logging into the application

“Signing documents” operating mode

If the application is set to “Document signing” operating mode, after activating the application, a log-in screen, where you have to enter OTP Token to the account to which you want to log in, will appear.



After entering a correct OTP token and pressing Log in you will be logged into the service. If you log in on this device for the first time, a message about the necessity to allow the application to access the internal information of the device will appear.



After pressing Allow button you will be logged into the service and a screen where you can add files to be signed or go to application settings will appear.



If the OTP token entered is incorrect or some other error preventing from logging in occurs, an Access denied message will appear on the bottom.


“All in one” operating mode

If the application was set to “All in one” operating mode, then after activating the application, a start screen of the application will appear.



Later, in order to log in to the service, press the Sign document button. The login screen will appear.



Press the Log in button. Press the Log in button. Application will automatically generate an OTP Token and try to log user to the service. If during login you encounter problems resulting from incorrect OTP Tokens, there will be automatic time synchronization in the SimplySign application and an additional message will be displayed.



Such synchronization changes time only within the SimplySign application and does not affect the time settings on the device.

After automatic time synchronization, press the Log in button again. You will log into the SimplySign service.


If you log in on this device for the first time, a message about the necessity to allow the application to access the internal information of the device will appear.



After pressing Allow button you will be logged into the service and a screen where you can add files to be signed or go to application settings will appear.



If the OTP token entered is incorrect or some other error preventing from logging in occurs, an Access denied message will appear on the bottom.



Application settings

After logging in to the service, the user gets the access to the application settings. In order to access the application settings, press the gear symbol located in the right upper corner of the screen.




The following options are available:

  • Device function - this option allows you to change the application operating mode;
  • Cards and certificates - this option allows you to set a default certificate and change the PIN code for the virtual card;
  • Signature parameters
    • Use a trusted time stamp - this option allows for enabling/disabling the attachment of a trusted time stamp;
    • Sign reason - this option allows you to enable/disable the attachment of the reason to a signature and management of the list of default reasons;
    • Localization - this option allows you to enable/disable the attachment of localization to a signature and management of the list of default reasons;
  • Signature visualization
    • Visualize sign with date - this option allows you to enable/disable the attachment of the current date to the sign visualization;
    • Visualize sign with localization - this option allows you to enable/disable the attachment of the current date to the sign visualization;
    • Signature pattern - this option allows you to select the signature which is to be used in the signature;
  • Remaining
    • Language - this option allows you to display the currently set language in which the application operates;
    • About application - this option displays the current number of the application version;
    • Log out - this option allows you to log out of the service


Device function

After going to the Device function option  you can change the application operating mode.



In order to change the application operating mode, expand the list.



Select a target application operating mode from the drop-down list.



Change of the device operating mode should be confirmed by pressing the upper  Select device function button. A warning about the change of the application operating mode will be displayed. To confirm the change of the application operating mode press the OK button.



After confirmation of the change of the mode, the application will return to the start screen (in this case to OTP Token Generating).


Cards and certificates

After entering the My cards and certificates option you can set a default certificate and change PIN code for a virtual card.






Change of a default certificate

To change a default certificate, select the My cards and certificates option from the main screen of options. A screen containing all cards and certificates of the logged in user will be displayed.



Choose the Default certificate option. A screen containing all cards and certificates of the logged in user will be displayed again with the possibility to choose a certificate.



Choose a certificate which is to be a default certificate from the list of certificates.



After choosing a certificate, return to the list of certificates. The selected certificate will be visible on the list of certificates as a default certificate.


Changing PIN code to a virtual card

To change a PIN code to a virtual card, select the My cards and certificates option from the main screen of options. A screen containing all cards and certificates of the logged in user will be displayed.


Then, press CHANGE CARD PIN for the selected card: [card name] - a screen where you have to enter the previous PIN code for the selected card will be shown.



Enter the correct PIN code for the selected card.



After entering the previous PIN code, press OK button visible on the virtual keyboard. A screen where you have to enter and repeat the new PIN code for the selected virtual card will be shown.



After entering and confirming the new PIN code for the selected virtual card, press the OK button visible on the virtual keyboard. If all data are correct, the PIN code will be changed and a relevant screen informing about it will be displayed.



Handling errors during the change PIN code to a virtual card operation

In case when an incorrect previous PIN code and a new correct pair of PIN codes are specified, the following error will be displayed.



In case when a correct previous PIN code and a new incorrect pair of PIN codes are specified, the following error will be displayed:



Signature parameters

Use a trusted time stamp

Enabling this option will result in adding a trusted time stamp to the signature.


Below you can see a setting where this option is disabled:



Enabling or disabling this option consists in tapping your finger in its area.


Each finger tap within its area changes its state to the opposite one.


Below you can see a setting where this option is enabled:


Sign reason

Choosing this option allows for specification whether the so-called Sign reason will be added to the signature structure.

By default there are two options:

·    Do not save sign reason - if you choose this option, a sign reason will not be added to the signature structure.


·    Always ask for sign reason - if you choose this option the application, every time before signing, will ask for a sign reason which will be added to the signature structure.



The application allows you to add your own signature to the list. This reason will be selectable in the future while signing a document if the option of adding a sign reason is enabled.

To add your own sign reason to the list, press the “+” button located in the bottom right corner of the screen. A screen where you can enter your own sign reason will be displayed.



Enter your own sign reason.



After entering your own sign reason, press OK button located on the virtual keyboard. The entered sign reason will be added to the list of reasons.



A situation when the option Always ask for sign reason is enabled is presented below. As a result, the application, every time before signing, will ask for a sign reason which will be added to the signature structure.



If you choose the added sign reason this reason will be always, without asking, added to the signature structure.

In such a case, the selected sign reason is visible also in the settings in the Sign reason field. 


Two following images present such situation.




The sign reasons entered by the User can be deleted.

Then you have to press the trash icon located within the area of the sign reason.

On the following two images a situation where the sign reason has been selected and later it has been deleted using a trash icon is presented.


The selected sign reason is removed from the list of sign reasons.




Below, you can see a view of signature properties in PDF file in Desktop application. While signing, a Sign reason with a content “I accept content” was set.



Location

Choosing this option allows for specification whether the so-called Localization will be added to the signature structure.

By default there are two options:

·    Do not save localization - if you choose this option, a localization will not be added to the signature structure.


·    Always ask for localization - if you choose this option, the application will ask, every time before signing, for localization which will be added to the signature structure.



Aplikacja umożliwia dodanie do listy swojej własnej lokalizacji. Lokalizacja ta będzie możliwa do wyboru w przyszłości podczas podpisywania dokumentu jeżeli opcja dodawania lokalizacji będzie włączona.

Aby dodać do listy własną lokalizację należy nacisnąć przycisk plus "+" znajdujący się w prawym dolnym rogu ekranu. Wyświetlony zostanie ekran, w którym można wpisać własną lokalizację.



You have to enter your own localization.



After entering your own localization, press OK button located on the virtual keyboard. The entered localization will be added to the list of reasons.



A situation when the option Always ask for localization is enabled is presented below. As a result, the application will ask, every time before signing, for a localization which will be added to the signature structure.



If you choose an added localization this localization will be always, without asking, added to the signature structure.

In such a case, the selected localization is visible also in the settings in the Location field. 


Two following images present such situation.




Localizations entered by the User can be deleted.

Then you have to press the trash icon located within the area of the localization.

On the following two images a situation where the localization has been selected and later it has been deleted using a trash icon is presented.


The selected localization is removed from the list of localizations,





Below, you can see a view of signature properties in PDF file in Desktop application. While signing, a Localization “Szczecin” was set.



Signature visualization

In this section, the following options are available:

·    Visualize sign with date - this option allows for placing a current date on the sign visualization;

·    Visualize sign with localization - this option allows for placing a default location on the sign visualization;


·    Signature pattern - this option allows for selection of signature pattern according to which a visualization will be performed;

Visualize signature with date


If you enable this option, a current date will be added to the signature visualization.


Below you can see a setting where this option is disabled:



Enabling or disabling this option consists in tapping your finger in its area.
Each finger tap within its area changes its state to the opposite one.


Below you can see a setting where this option is enabled:



Visualize signature with location

If you enable this option, a localization indicated in Settings will be added to the signature.


Below you can see a setting where this option is disabled:



Enabling or disabling this option consists in tapping your finger in its area.
Each finger tap within its area changes its state to the opposite one.


If the required localization is not set in the Settings, when attempting to enable this option a message about the necessity to set the signature localization in the Settings will appear.



Below you can see a setting where this option is enabled:




Signature pattern

This option enables to choose a signature pattern which will be visible in the signature visualization.



Below you can see a situation where the “black” signature pattern is selected.



After choosing a signature pattern and return to the main screen of the Settings you can see a signature pattern.



Other functions   

·    Language

·    About application


·    Log out

Language

This option shows information that the application is operating in a language compatible with the system language set.



About application

This option shows information about the current version of the application.



Log out

This option allows you to log out of the service. After it is switched off, logging out of the user and return to the login screen takes place.



Signing files

Adding a file to the list of files to be signed

In order to add a file to the list of files to be signed, log into the service.

After logging in, the application goes to the For signature tab.



Then, press the Plus button located in the bottom right corner of the screen. A browser of files will be shown.



Using the file browser, find and choose a file, which should be included on the list of files to be signed.






After choosing a file it is placed on the list of files in the For signature tab.



Starting the process of file signing

In order to start the process of signing files, choose this file on the list and press the pen button located in the top right corner of the screen.

A process of downloading cards and certificates of the User will start - it is signaled by a circle icon symbolizing the passage of time.



Selection of the signing certificate

After reading the cards and certificates of the User, choose a certificate from the list with which a signature will be performed.



The below picture presents a situation in which a certificate issued by Asseco Data Systems S.A. was selected on a card with the name ElectronicStamp.



Entering a PIN code to the selected signing certificate

After choosing a certificate, start the process of entering PIN code to the selected certificate.

To do this, press the arrow directed right, located in the upper right corner of the screen.

A screen where you have to enter the PIN code will appear.




After clicking the edit box located under the inscription Enter PIN for card... a virtual keyboard will be displayed with the use of which PIN code should be entered.




Signing a file

After entering PIN code, press OK button located on the virtual keyboard.

A screen allowing for confirmation of the signing process will be displayed.




Press the Sign button. An action of signing will be started.

An animation symbolizing the signing process will be visible on the screen.



After finishing the signing process a summary will be displayed.



After closure of the summary, the application will automatically access the tab Signed. The signed files will be automatically marked.



Signing multiple files at a time

SimplySign application allows for signing few files at a time, with a single PIN code entered to the certificate with which the signature is made.

To sign few files at a time, enter these files to the list of files to be signed.




After entering files to the list and selecting them, start a signing process, as described in the previous section.

As a result, all selected files will be signed. After correct signing of files a relevant report will be displayed.



After closure of the report, the application will automatically enter the tab Signed. On the list of signed files, the recently signed files will be marked.



Making a signature with visualization

SimplySign application allows for making a signature with the so-called visualization.

Visualization contains a graphic symbol and may contain information on localization and date of making a signature.

 

In order to make a signature with visualization, one should first set a default certificate in the Settings, which are to be used to sign the documents.

Moreover, one should set a signature pattern in the settings.

 

Currently, the signature with visualization can be performed only on a single PDF file.



To make a signature with visualization, you just have to start the edition of a document to be signed with visualization. To do this, “click” on the selected file on the list of files to be signed. The file will be opened in editing mode.



Then, view the options available from the top right menu.



Then, choose the Add signature visualization option. A default certificate will be downloaded.



After downloading a default certificate, a visualization symbol with a signature pattern set in the application settings will appear on the document.



Then, you can place a visualization in the desired position on the document by moving it with your finger.



After placing a visualization in the selected position on the document, confirm by pressing the Attach button. Visualization will be placed on the document.



Then, press the button symbolized by a pen icon. A process of signing a file will start. Information on the default certificate with is going be used for signing will be displayed.



If needed, you can change a signing certificate from a default to a different one - this is described in separate section. Then, press the Continue button. A screen where you have to enter PIN code to the card containing the selected certificate will be displayed.



Enter a correct PIN code.



Then, press the Sign button. A process of signing a document will start.



After correct signing of a document a relevant report will be displayed.



After closure of the report the application will go to the tab Signed, where the signed file will be marked.



After pressing the file name, the application will display its preview - the added visualization is visible in the preview.



Changing the default certificate while signing files

In case when a default certificate is set in the application Settings, when signing files it is suggested by default as a certificated which will be used for signing files. However, during the signing process you can temporarily change it to a different one and make a signature with that other certificate. As it was previously highlighted, such a change is temporary and concerns only this one action of signing files, at the next action of signing files, the same initially set default certificate will be suggested again.

 

A process of signing during which a default signing certificate was temporarily changed to a different temporary one is presented below.

 

The process starts as standard in the For signature tab where you have to choose files which will be signed.




After selecting files which are to be signed and pressing the button symbolized by a pen icon, a process of signing starts. A certificate set in the application Settings as a default will be indicated for signing.



To temporarily change a signing certificate to a different one, press the Choose other certificate button. A list of cards and certificates will be displayed on which a certificate which is currently set as a default one will be marked.



You have to select other certificate.



After choosing other certificate, go to the next step. You will be asked to enter PIN code to a card on which the previously selected certificate is included. The prompts show a name of the card with the selected certificate.



After entering a correct PIN code, press the Sign button. A process of signing the selected files will start.



After signing the files a relevant report will be displayed.



After closure of the report, the application will go to the tab Signed, where the files which have been recently signed will be marked.



After the signing process is completed a default certificate in the settings will remain the same. The one which has been set prior to starting the singing process will be still a default one.



Importing files from external applications

It is possible to import PDF document from the external application directly to the list of files to be signed.

An example of PDF document import from Microsoft Outlook application is presented below.

In order to import a PDF document, open a message containing that file.




Later, view options connected with the selected file - the SimplySign application will be visible on the list.



Select the SimplySign application. It will be “highlighted”.



Then press the Just once button. SimplySign application will be launched - the application will immediately go to the login screen - on the bottom of the screen a message indicating the file downloading will be visible.



You have to log in to the service. The imported file will be immediately marked on the list of files to be signed.



The next step is to sign a file in line with a description presented in previous section.

Handling errors when signing files

Incorrect PDF file

When you try to sign a structurally incorrect PDF file, then after entering and confirming the PIN code an error with a content Selected files are not valid PDF files occurs.




Secured PDF file

When you try to sign a PDF file secured against modification, then after entering and confirming the PIN code an error with a content Selected files are not valid PDF files occurs.



Incorrect PIN to the signing certificate

When you enter and confirm an incorrect PIN code, an error with a content Provided PIN is incorrect occurs

.



Blocked card

In case when the card is blocked (blocked PIN code) it is symbolized by a red card icon on the list of cards. The icon is located at the end of the header with a card name.

A situation when a card named Pieczec is blocked is presented below.



When during the process of signing, a blocked card is selected then when attempting to go to the screen of PIN code entering, a message with a content You cannot sign with a blocked certificate occurs and you will return to the selection of card from the list of available cards.




Handling the signed files

Sending of signed files by e-mail

Signed files can be sent from the level of the Signed tab by e-mail to another user.

To do this, firstly you have to choose files which are to be sent.



After choosing files, press the cloud icon with an arrow directed upwards. A screen allowing for indication of a destination of the sent files will be shown.



In the presented example the Gmail option was selected. A window allowing for preparation of an e-mail message was opened.

The chosen previously signed files are visible as the attachments.




Later you have to enter a recipient’s e-mail address, subject and content of the message.



After creating a message, you have to press the button of a right arrow. A process of sending a message will start.



The recipient will see a message in their mail box. It can be opened, for example, in a desktop application as presented on a figure below.



From the level of a desktop application, a selected signed file can be opened from the appendices. The file will be opened in the application associated with PDF files and it will be visible that the file was signed electronically.





Saving the signed documents to a virtual Google drive

Signed files can be sent from the level of the Signed tab to a virtual drive of another user.

To do this, firstly you have to choose files which are to be sent.



After choosing files, press the cloud icon with an arrow directed upwards. A screen allowing for indication of a destination of the sent files will be shown.



Then select the Save to drive option. A window allowing for configuration of the User’s drive parameters to which we want to send the signed files will be shown.



After configuration of the parameters of the target drive, press the Save button. Files will be saved to the indicated drive.

They will be visible for the drive owner after logging into their Google account.




Deleting files

Deleting files on the list of files to be signed and on the list of signed files is performed in the same way.

Firstly, choose files which are to be deleted - at the top of the screen a counter showing the number of selected files will appear.




After choosing the files to be deleted, press a trash icon located in the upper right corner of the screen. You will be asked to confirm the removal of the selected files.



After pressing the Delete button, the selected files will be deleted and the application will return to the list of files.





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