No, for the good and simple reason that your document is not sent to the Universign servers. The timestamping of a binary file consists of carrying out a complex mathematical operation called a footprint computation and this is completed locally at the client’s end. It is this footprint that is sent to the Universign servers, which then produce the timestamp. Therefore, your document is not transferred via the Internet.
Articles in this section
- What happens if I lose the timestamp linked to a document or, vice versa, the document linked to a timestamp?
- Does timestamping modify my document?
- Does Universign store the timestamps it has created?
- Does Universign store the document I sent to be timestamped?
- What kinds of documents can be timestamped by Universign?