Digital Signature determines the world of tomorrow

digital signature

Digital Signature determines the world of tomorrow

digital signature

digital signature

It is well known that the bureaucracy all over the world, both in private offices and state departments, has always sought for efficient strategies to handle their documents both in paper and inside screens. This efficiency is a manner of the green environment motive but it’s also about security: Who guarantees that one has really signed a certain paper? Usually, when one has to receive a bank cheque from someone else he might want to identify him first, for example – by checking his ID. When one member in The Board of Directors in a private company sends an E-mail to his colleague, how does the receiver guarantees it is really him? In this case, digital signature could not be more relevant than ever.

Private key/Public key identification infrastructure

Although Digital signature is not based on a single algorithm, the basics remain the same:

  • Public Key – The known key of the signature owner: It is exposed to the public.
  • Private Key – The secret key of the signature owner. Only he can use it.
  • Hashing – Although not always necessary, it creates an encrypted code of identification.

The basic algorithm works like this: The sender sends the E-mail message digitally signed with his private key and with the recipient’s public key. The recipients, however, clarifies the message with the sender’s public key, and then opens it with his own private key.

Another algorithm is based on hashing, and based on it, the sender can join a hashing code to the message, using the allowed hashing method (in Israel, the officials do not permit hashing less than the SHA2 method), and sign both the message and the hashing with his private key and the recipient’s public key. The recipient, however, clarifies the message with the sender’s public key, and then clarifies with his private key that the hashing code is the same as the origin – which was added by the sender.

Examples of common use in digital signature

  1. Home users – They want to clarify that bills like electricity and property aren’t fishing messages.
  2. Cooperatives – private cooperatives use digital signature for secure customer relations.
  3. Customer Services – The service can be given to the customer without printing papers.
  4. Bureaucracy – Big bureaucratic offices such as regional planning units or ministries of interiors.

Did we encourage your curiosity?

For more information – please apply to Comsign Ltd.

Send us mail

How to Install ComSignTrust Desktop in 5 Simple Clicks

Here is the first video tutorial on how to install ComSignTrust desktop software with 5 simple clicks.
ComSignTrust desktop is your personal digital signature solution for signing every file format that you want. With ComSignTrust desktop you can digitally sign PDF’s, word, Excel, XML, Power point documents and much more with ease and a with a single click.
ComSignTrust desktop is your on premise digital signature solution for the office or for you home work station. ComSignTrust desktop installs on your personal computer and runs in the background. For every PDF file you want to sign you can easily sign with just right clicking with your mouse. You can sign digitally, securely and safely with  ComSignTrust desktop digital signature solution.

Here are just a few highlights of what you can accomplish signing with ComSignTrust desktop:

  1. Data workflow – Improve the efficiency of your workflow and process save time and money
  2. Manual tasks – Forget printing, signing, scanning and sending processes just click
  3. Multiple signatures – I’ts not just for you, you can multi sign on one document with ease
  4. Eliminates costs – Cut costs of document handling, storage and more
  5. Digital Time-Stamping – Reliable signatures with time stamping capabilities.
  6. More …

In our next tutorials you can learn exactly how to digitally sign a pdf document using ComSignTrust desktop.

Digital Signature on pdf option #1 – video | option #2 – video