Adobe eSign Services UPDATE: SSL certification changing 18.10.15

You may have received an email recently about changes to the Adobe Document Cloud eSign (Echosign) service.

“Adobe Document Cloud eSign service is significantly expanding its operations with additional data centers to deliver a higher quality of service & performance for your eSignature transactions and offer a global service presence.
“To support this expansion, we will be adding more web domains to the existing domains already supported by Adobe eSign. We have to update the Adobe eSign SSL certificates to include these additional supported domains for the service. As a result of this, the SSL certificate used by the eSign service will get updated on Sunday, October 18th 2015. The change in the SSL certificate is only limited to public key – there is no change to the underlying cryptographic protocols or scheme, or any change to the Root and Intermediate Certificates.”

We would like to reassure you that we do not anticipate any effect on the Zylpha Adobe Document Cloud eSign integration. Our integration does not pin the public key, so the new SSL key will be negotiated in the same way as the old key.

If you have any questions about the Adobe eSign update please don't hesitate to get in touch. You can contact us using the form found on our Contact Us page.

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