Electronic Signature software is used to implement electronic signatures and ensure that an electronic document is authentic. Electronic signatures software rely on certain types of encryption to ensure authentication. It uses public and private key encryption. The Digital Signature Standard (DSS) is based on a type of public key encryption method that uses the Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA). A digital certificate is essentially a bit of information that says the Web server is trusted by an independent source known as a Certificate Authority
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