Timestamp server, a commercial application that applies to prove the existence and status of documents or data at a specific point in time. Regularly creating current timestamps can make sure the continuity of audit trails.
Long-term archiving can be done year after year even after the old signature certificate expires. Timestamp Server is only available as a network device.


TimeStamp that can protect file and data authenticity   

  1. Provides RFC 3161 standard time stamp communication protocol over HTTP, TCP, IPv4, and IPv6 network protocols
  2. Power supply provides Redundant power supply
  3. Need to support PKCS#10 and PKCS#7 for time stamp signature digital certificate request and import
  4. Network Time Protocol (NTP) is required to synchronize to external standard time sources
  5. The hardware code module (HSM) used is subject to FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification
  6. Compliance with ETSI technical specifications TS102023 “Policy Requirements for Timestamping Authorities”
  7. Authorization does not limit the number of connections
  8. RSA 1024 bits time stamp signature efficiency must be 340 times per second (inclusive), RSA 2048 bits time stamp signature efficiency must be 70 times per second (inclusive)
  9. Mean time between failures (MTBF) in GB and GC environments is more than 100,000 hours (25°C)

  • Hash algorithm SHA-1, SHA-2, SHA-3, RIPEMD-160, MD-5
  • The length of the RSA key can be at least 8192bits