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See the unit-testing code. PDFKit is used there for generating the document. This also allows easy addition of the signature placeholder.

What's needed is a Sig element and a Widget that is also linked in a Form. The form needs to be referenced in the root descriptor of the PDF as well.

A hopefully readable sample is available in the helpers.

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Note the Contents descriptor of the Sig where zeros are placed that will later be replaced with the actual signature. Signing in detached mode makes the signature length independent of the PDF's content length, but it may still vary between different signing certificates.

So every time you sign using the same P12 you will get the same length of the output signature, no matter the length of the signed content. It is safe to find out the actual signature length your certificate produces and use it to properly configure the placeholder length.

That's where node-signpdf kicks in. Given a PDF and a P12 certificate a signature is generated in detached mode and is replaced in the placeholder. Note the Contents descriptor of the Sig where zeros are placed that will later be replaced with the actual signature. Signing in detached mode makes the signature length independent of the PDF's content length, but it may still vary between different signing certificates.

So every time you sign using the same P12 you will get the same length of the output signature, no matter the length of the signed content. It is safe to find out the actual signature length your certificate produces and use it to properly configure the placeholder length.

That's where node-signpdf kicks in. Given a PDF and a P12 certificate a signature is generated in detached mode and is replaced in the placeholder.

This is best demonstrated in the tests.

Git github. Test with RunKit. Usage Simply said this could be used in two steps.

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Install with npm i -S node-signpdf node-forge. Signing Call.In addition to PDFKit, you'll need somewhere to stream the output to.

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This vulnerability is an extension of CVE, addressed in November, The SecurityPEP node propagates to its Out terminal only if all the configured operations in the associated security profile complete successfully.

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Security bugs in third party modules should be reported to their respective maintainers and should also be coordinated through the Node Ecosystem Security Team via HackerOne.

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