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Import TBS X509 certificates into Adobe - V2

This page concerns certificates issued of TBS X509 CA persona 2 and 2.1.

To add the roots of the certificates we use for PDFs signature, download https://www.tbs-x509.com/TBSX509CA2-pdf.p7b.

Acrobat Reader 7, 8 or 9

Go to the Document menu "(Manage) Trusted Identities"  .

Acrobat Reader 10

Go to "Edit", "Protection" and "Manage Trusted Identities". Click on "Add contacts" and "Browse"

Acrobat Reader 11

Go to the menu "Edit", "Preferences", "Signatures", "Identities and Approved Certificates". Then on "Add Contact" and Browse.

Acrobat Reader DC

Go to the menu "Edit", "Preferences", "Signatures", "Identities and Approved Certificates". Click on the button "Others". A new window will appear. In this one, on the left tree, click on "Approved Certificates".
On the right, click on "Import". Next click on "Browse"

Select the TBSX509CA2-pdf.p7b file
Finally use "Edit Trust" or "Trust" in the lower area and tick the case "Signatures and as a trusted root". Then affect the following rights:

Certificate's name Signatures and as Trusted root
TBS X509 CA persona 2 ok
USERTrust RSA Certification Authority ok
TBS X509 CA persona 2.1 ok
AddTrust External CA Root ok
Sectigo RSA Time Stamping CA ok

Finally click the "Import" button.

From now, PDFs signed with our certificates will be recognized by your Adobe Acrobat Reader software.

(Note: in Acrobat Reader 7, certificates that are not linked to the Adobe root do not inherit of the trust settings. It might be necessary to define rights for each root generating end-entity certificates)

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