Package Details: autofirma 1.6.5-1

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Package Base: autofirma
Description: Spanish Government digital signature client
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Licenses: GPL, EUPL
Submitter: migrev
Maintainer: migrev
Last Packager: migrev
Votes: 14
Popularity: 0.913675
First Submitted: 2017-04-17 07:28
Last Updated: 2019-05-10 11:10

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Akrai commented on 2019-08-01 09:35

Please add firefox-nightly and firefox-nightly-es-es (as this is a spanish package, would be nonsense to make the efford of adding all the other firefox packages, just the spanish one is enough) as alternatives to firefox

j1simon commented on 2019-05-11 14:22

Lo he instalado y usado hoy para revocar mi certificado de usuario y ha funcionado bien con Firefox 66.0.5. Lo comento porque uno de los comentarios pone que no funciona con las nuevas versiones de Firefox.

opotonil commented on 2019-04-08 15:42

Is Firefox required as dependency? can't be enough with NSS, to be used it with Chromium.

TiF commented on 2019-01-26 20:01

A possible workaround is to export the certificate and use AutoFirma from the console. If the GUI is started, the signature process will fail, at least for me: AutoFirma sign -store pkcs12:$(readlink -f ./fnmt.p12) -filter '*' -password *** -i ./document.pdf -o signed_document.pdf To check the file, you can use the command called 'pdfsig signed_document.pdf'

TiF commented on 2019-01-26 19:16

AutoFirma does not work with new versions of Firefox. There is a reported bug in the Github web page: I'm not sure how to proceed to avoid the problem.

mluque commented on 2018-10-26 16:24

Thanks a lot, @Musikolo. I've verified that my certificate is installed in Firefox, isn't expired and is included in the list of certificates supported by the Spanish Government. I've tested my certificate with LibreOffice Writer and it works. However, it doesn't work with Autofirma v1.6.2.

Musikolo commented on 2018-10-26 03:48

@mluque, I'm not sure if this is gonna help you at all, but I think it's worth to verify you have your certificate installed in Firefox. To do that, you need to go to Preferences --> Privacy & Security --> Certificates --> View Certificates. This opens the Certificate Manager popup window. Make sure your certificate is installed under "Your certificates" tab and that it's not expired.

The list of supported certificates can be found at You can also use your Spanish Identity Card (eDNI).

I hope it helps.

mluque commented on 2018-10-11 14:11

When trying to sign a document with Autofirma v1.6.2, it appears next message "El almacén no contiene ningún certificado que se pueda usar para firmar" and, thus, I can't sign any document. I have Firefox version 60.2.2esr. I have a digital certificate imported in Firefox.

mluque commented on 2018-02-21 09:06

Thank you very much for your help, @Musikolo. The PKBUID you have given us works perfectly!

Musikolo commented on 2018-02-21 02:56

Just in case anyone wants to update to the last version (1.6.1 as of today), you can find an updated PKGBUILD at

I hope it helps! ;-)