Time Stamp Server - Configuration


Timestamping Digital Certificate

Certificate Subject: C=IN, E=ex@ex.com, OU=dev, O=ex, CN=ex_test; Valid From 3/19/2019 to 3/19/2024
Serial Number: 00DD89D9A48EC22B63772733DD06772983; Thumbprint: 6AC55D4959591F3226E483B91CA99BA13A6CB4D9
Certificate Service Provider: Microsoft Enhanced Cryptographic Provider v1.0
Is a hardware device: False; The key can be exported: False; Certificate Location: The certificate is a PFX file

  

The Time Stamp Responses must be digitally signed by a Timestamping digital certificate


Settings

Time Stamp Response Hash Algorithm:

*Time Stamp Server Policy ID:  (the default value is 1.3.6.1.4.1.13762.3. See RFC 3161 for more details)
The policy field MUST indicate the Time Stamp Server policy under which the response was produced.

 (if the ordering field is present and set to true, every time stamp can always be ordered regardless of the accuracy).

 (using a nonce always allows to detect replays. The Request is rejected if it not contains a Nonce and this checkbox is checked).

 (the Time Stamp Response size will increase if the certificate chain is included).

 (include ESSCertID or ESSCertIDv2 according to RFC 5816).

 (include qcStatements according to ETSI EN 319 422 and Regulation (EU) No 910/2014).

 (the Authenticode responses are usually encoded in BASE64).

 (by adding the accuracy value, an upper limit of the time at which the Time Stamp Response has been created by the Time Stamp Server can be obtained).

        Seconds   Milliseconds   Microseconds


Authentication


If this checkbox is not checked, the Time Stamp Server will always send the Time Stamp Response for every Time Stamp Request.



Time Stamp Responses Log

 

The log file will be downloaded in CSV format.