Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

What is a Digital Signature certificate, and how do can sign using it?

DSC (Digital Signature Certificate): A DSC, or Digital Signature Certificate, is a digital equivalent of a physical or paper certificate that acts as proof of the authenticity of an electronic document or message. It is used to verify the identity of the sender or signatory in electronic transactions, similar to how a handwritten signature verifies identity on paper documents.

Step 1: On the signing page, you will have the option to select the type of signature you prefer. Select 'Digital Signature (Token or Smart Card)'.

Step 2: The application will populate the connected token list and the respective certificate for signing.

Step 3: Once the authentication is successful, the document will be successfully signed and you will receive a confirmation.

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