Your session is near the end. If you do not perform any action in the next minute you will be singed out.
Environment test results
The test should end up within 60 seconds. If it takes longer you do not have Java installed or the browser cannot use it - for details see below.
Unable to detect some of the components of your system. Environments in which the E-ZAK is tested are listed below. However, you can try to submit a test tender (requires an guaranteed electronic signature). If you manage to submit a test electronic tender it means that your system is compatible and ready to work with the electronic tool E-ZAK.
Your environment does not match the requirements for working with electronic tool E-ZAK, or failed to detect some of its components. Requirements differences and its solution are listed below.
Electronic tool E-ZAK requires for its smooth run an operating system that supports the hash function SHA-2.
Supported operating systems:
Microsoft Windows - at least XP version with Service Pack 3; reason is the need of newer cryptographic libraries supporting hash function SHA-2
Linux - any modern version that contains openssl library in version that supports SHA-2; this requirement meet all current Linux distributions released since 2007
Mac OS X - version 10.5 and newer
The use of other OS is also possible but E-ZAK has not been tested in them
The system can be used on many browsers.
Supported and tested browsers
Firefox 3.0 and newer
Internet Explorer 11.0 and newer
Opera 10.0 and newer
Chrome / Chromium 4.0 and newer (using applets only up to version 44)
Safari 4.0 and newer
The use of other browsers is also possible but E-ZAK has not been tested in them
E-ZAK system has detected your browser as: CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)
Your browser must support cookies and saving cookies must be enabled.
Mozilla Firefox - Tools -> Options -> Privacy section -> History settings -> Remember history (including cookies)
Opera - Settings -> Privacy & security -> Cookies section -> Allow local data to be set
Chrome - Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Privacy section -> Content settings -> Cookies section -> Allow local data to be set
Internet Explorer - Settings -> Internet options -> Privacy tab ->slider must be set at most to "Higher"
Java - version in the browser
To work with an electronic signature (submitting tenders, requests for explanation of procurement documents and other data messages), it is necessary to have Java by Oracle, formerly Sun Microsystems, installed in the system and it must be in version 1.8, a browser must be able to run the Java runtime environment and then signing java applet called Signer.
Java can be freely downloaded from www.java.com, the installation will probably need administrator permissions depending on the type and settings of your operating system.
What version of Java you have installed on your system or which uses your browser you will find directly in our test or at Java home page.
Java - enable in the browser
Launching Java runtime environment must be enabled in your browser.
Mozilla Firefox - Tools -> Add-ons -> Privacy section -> by Java(TM) item "Never activate" must not be selected
Opera - Settings -> Websites -> Plug-ins section -> Manage individual plug-ins -> by Java(TM) "disable" button must be shown which means that it is enabled
Internet Explorer - Settings -> Internet options -> Advanced tab ->by Java (Sun) the checkbox Use JRE must be checked; then Security tab -> Custom level -> Scripting section -> Scripting of Java applets -> Enable