I want add an electronic signature into the PDF form with stylus of finger. How can I use my finger to draw an electronic signature and insert it into PDF file?


I need to create PDF form that my visitors can check boxes, fill names, and sign the form digitally. Do you have something that is affordable?

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I have checked this out. But I need to add into the PDF form a electronic signature capability with stylus of finger.  I want the visitor to be able to fill the form with a finger for example.

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An electronic signature, or e-signature, is any electronic means that indicates either that a person adopts the contents of an electronic message, or more broadly that the person who claims to have written a message is the one who wrote it (and that the message received is the one that was sent). By comparison, a signature is a stylized script associated with a person. In commerce and the law, a signature on a document is an indication that the person adopts the intentions recorded in the document. Both are comparable to a seal.

Increasingly, encrypted digital signatures are used in e-commerce and in regulatory filings as digital signatures are more secure than a simple generic electronic signature.1[2][3] The concept itself is not new, with common law jurisdictions having recognized telegraph signatures as far back as the mid-19th century and faxed signatures since the 1980s.

What is the difference between a digital signature and an electronic signature?

A digital signature, often referred to as advanced or standard electronic signature, falls into a sub-group of electronic signatures that provides the highest levels of security and universal acceptance. Digital signatures are based on Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology, and guarantee signer identity and intent, data integrity, and the non-repudiation of signed documents. The digital signature cannot be copied, tampered with or altered. In addition, because digital signatures are based on standard PKI technology, they can be validated by anyone without the need for proprietary verification software. On the other hand, an electronic signature is a proprietary format (there is no standard for electronic signatures) that may be a digitized image of a handwritten signature, a symbol, voiceprint, etc., used to identify the author(s) of an electronic message. An electronic signature is vulnerable to copying and tampering, and invites forgery. In many cases, electronic signatures are not legally binding and will require proprietary software to validate the e-signature.

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