Digital Signature Certificate in Coimbatore is now very easy through Solubilis- one of the leading digital signature issuing authority in the “Manchester of south India”. We have issued more than thousands of digital signature certificates in this past 1 year to our clients. A DSC is an equivalent type of a physical signature in electronic format. It can be used to sign any documents like physical way of signing since it is a secure digital key that certifies the original identity of the holder which is issued by the Certifying Authority (CA).
A DSC contains the identity like name of the applicant, email, country and public key. It plays a very crucial role in business transactions anytime and anywhere. A DSC is issued by Licenced Certifying Authoritiesunder the Ministry of Information Technology- Government of India, as per the IT Act. We offer secured DSC through various options which is suitable for both the clients and the organizations.
Class 3 digital signature certificate is used by the contractors for e- tendering purpose.
Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) used by importing and exporting community to safely log in & sign.
MCA-21 program denotes Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Class 2 DSC is the minimum standard DSC to file.
PKI- Public Key Infrastructure is the base for DS which provides a pair of key (public key and private key) to the user.
We provide best quality USB token to our valuable business clients from reputed manufacturers.
The railway service agents working with Indian Railways need to get class 3 DSC to carry on legal transactions with IRCTC.
A licensed CA- Certifying Authority has the rights to issue DSC. CA is a person who has been granted license to issue DSC under section 24 of Indian IT Act-2000.
A DSC issued by a valid Certifying Authority is valid for a year or two.
No, the DIN is not required to apply for a digital signature certificate.
A DSC can be renewed by re-submitting the valid identity proof and address proof.
The digital signature can legally be admissible in a court of law as provided under the provisions of information technology.