Frequently asked questions

No, NFQES does not have an app. The only application for proper operation is the NFQES Web signer, which must be installed for proper operation. The entire NFQES platform operates through a web interface.

Signing with Digital Signature and signing with ID is free of charge. When using remote certificates, you need to purchase the certificate, which is generated by a certification authority.

Yes, it is possible to sign without an ID card using a digital signature and an electronic signature.

Just register on our Zone. Verify your account using your phone number. Apply for a certificate, sign the application and upload the relevant documents. To sign, you must have an NFQES HW Token or a cell phone that will serve as two-factor verification.

Yes, only the signature with which the document is signed becomes invalid because the integrity of the document is compromised.

No, the digital signature is completely free. Just register and verify your phone number and you can sign.

This is not necessary if you have a qualified electronic signature, such as an ID card with a chip, through which you sign the certificate application. The need to authenticate is if you do not possess any qualified electronic signature.

Yes, NFQES is a qualified certification authority listed on the European Trusted List of certification authorities that are qualified by the European Commission.

To sign with a digital signature, simply register and verify your phone number. For digital signatures, you must authenticate and have an NFQES HW Token or mobile app as two-factor verification. Without two-factor verification, documents cannot be electronically signed.

NFQES is appropriate for individuals, corporations, and public institutions. The NFQES platform can be used for all types of signatures.

No, timestamps are not required when signing with a digital signature.

No, a digital signature is not considered a notarized signature. A qualified electronic signature is taken as a notarized signature.