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electronic signature

A method of sending identity verification over the Internet,usually through the use of a personal identification number (PIN).

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Highlighting the role and benefits of Digital Signature Certificate System, Deputy Director ECAC, Wajahat Khan on Friday said Pakistan has been experiencing a challenge to make electronic transactions on a national and international level more secure, more reliable and worldwide acceptable.
Organisations in India are adopting digital signatures for the processes like invoice signing, e-tendering, e-procurement, Finance and HR document signing etc.
ClearTax's best-in-class Digital Signature solution boasts of a processing capability of over 150 digital signatures in one second with 100 percent accuracy.
That need would be eliminated by the use of verified digital signatures, he said.
Technologies, said: "Conventional digital signatures require additional tools,
Under Import/Export Digital ID from a file click on Browse and select the digital signature file that you just downloaded on your desktop.
In order to address this issue and to simplify the procedure for uploading ITR with Digital Signature Certificate, an easy- to- use software utility has been developed which would have to be downloaded in the taxpayer's computer and used for signing using Digital Signature Certificate, the statement added.
It is a multi-bank and multi-channel solution for firms to securely authenticate and approve operations using digital signatures and strong authentication.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 11, 2015-DocuSign Acquires Digital Signature Firm ARX
Asked how a digital signature reflects on a document and how can a layman identify it, the spokesman said : "Any digital signature is embedded into the documents using the native signature features (as in Microsoft Office Insert Signature or Acrobat PDF Sign functions).
Until the IRS clarified the guidance on March 20, it was unclear whether a digital signature was sufficient or if practitioners would still need to obtain a
announced development of provably secure digital signature technology based on the use of biometric information such as finger vein pattern in creating the signature.

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