Digital signatures, Computer Network Security

Digital Signatures

Digital Signatures are encrypted messages which can be proven mathematically to be authentic. These are created in response to rising requirement to verify information transferred by using electronic systems. Asymmetric encryption techniques are used to generate digital signatures

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