Check whether your document has been signed with QES

Perform a validity check with an independent validator.

EU validator
For documents signed according to European law (eIDAS)
A man with a big hatch checks a document whether the signatures are in order according to European law.

We recommend the QES validator of the Austrian Broadcasting and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority.

It checks whether a document has been successfully signed via Skribble with a qualified electronic signature (QES) according to EU law (eIDAS).

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Swiss validator
For documents signed according to Swiss law (ZertES)
A man with a big hatch checks a document whether the signatures are in order according to Swiss law.

We recommend the QES validator of the Swiss federal administration.
 

It checks whether a document has been successfully signed via Skribble with a qualified electronic signature (QES) according to Swiss law (ZertES).

To the Swiss validator

Questions?

The law distinguishes between the qualified electronic signature (QES), the advanced electronic signature (AES) and the simple electronic signature (SES). The three standards vary in terms of area of application and legal weight. Learn more about them under: https://www.skribble.com/signaturestandards/

The jurisdiction is selected when sending the signature invitation and is visible on the visual signature of the signed document.

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