Can someone help me understand if electronic signatures in Acrobat Pro XI meet the following requirements

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(b) Electronic Signature. An electronic signature is a digital authentication process attached to or logically associated with an electronic document and shall carry the same weight, authority, and effects as a manual signature. The electronic signature, which can be generated by using either public key infrastructure or signature dynamics technology, must be as follows.

(i) Unique to the person using it.

(ii) Capable of verification.

(iii) Under the sole control of the person using it.

(iv) Linked to a document in such a manner that the electronic signature is invalidated if any data in the document are changed.

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LEGEND , May 23, 2018 May 23, 2018

Acrobat and Reader both support the use of digital signatures that can provide the features you mentioned.

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Acrobat and Reader both support the use of digital signatures that can provide the features you mentioned.

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Acrobat supports digital signatures, but do the signatures created conform and meet Esign and UETA requirements?

 

 

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