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E-Lock Reader

by E-Lock Technologies

Platform(s): Win
License: Commercial

Application type: Desktop
Categories:
Editing & Management

Features

E-business today has gained wide spread popularity amongst organizations shifting from traditional paper-based systems to electronic transactions. Electronic transactions actually go much beyond the actual digital signing of documents. The need to be able to verify the authenticity of the person sending critical data via the Internet has gained tremendous importance. One needs to ascertain the identity of the sender and the authenticity of the data received and viewed.

Authenticity

Electronic transactions involve the creation and exchange of documents over the Internet, where the identity of the sender is of paramount importance. Digitally signing these documents ascertains the identity of the owner but without the requisite software, the signature cannot be verified.

E-Lock Reader has been specially designed to cater to this need wherein it displays the signature and also verifies it, providing the necessary authenticity for e-transactions.

Data Integrity

The E-Lock Reader also assures data integrity. In case of any changes to the document content, the digital signature will automatically be invalidated. Successful signature verification therefore indicates that content has not been altered.

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