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Warning in the EU DSS checker

when you upload a document signed via ZealID to the EU DSS checker (https://ec.europa.eu/digital-building-blocks/DSS/webapp-demo/validation), although the check is shown as "PASSED", one warning shows: "AdES Validation Details : The signed attribute: 'signing-certificate' is absent!"

So, even though the overall result is PASS, there is a risk of some inexperienced validation user pointing to this warning message and saying that there is something wrong with the signature (especially since QES is still not widely used, and there might be some reluctance/hesitation with regards to accepting QES). Therefore, can you work to fix this issue on your end, so that it doesn't display such message?