Validating a digital signature
Digital signatures are commonly used for software distribution, financial transactions, and in other cases where it is important to detect forgery and tampering.
Being an independent trusted third party, providing qualitative and quantitative assessments for a wide variety of business processes, products and services, DNV GL has decided to implement digital signatures to authenticate certificates, documents and reports (hereafter referred to as documents) issued by the organisation.
This page provides you with information on the use and validation of digital signatures from DNV GL.
A digital signature is an advanced electronic signature used to identify the signer of a document or the sender of a message, and to prevent tampering of the content.
ADSS Server can support an unlimited number of CAs as trust anchors, each CA can have its validation policy rules.
Also, a digital certificate is valid for only a specific period of time.
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