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digital signature

n.
A digital file attached to an email or other electronic document that uses encryption and decryption algorithms to verify the document's origin and contents.

digital signature

n
(Computer Science) computing electronic proof of a person's identity involving the use of encryption; used to authenticate documents
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Heinze is considering court action with the Old Trafford outfit having dismissed the legality of the signed document while earlier this week hinting at an illegal approach from their North West neighbours.
0 boasts new capabilities for consumer end-users to review and adjust any errors in a signed document before submission and also addresses some of the obstacles to wider acceptance of electronic signature technology.
Cobbe said Dodgers scouting director Logan White initially declined to negotiate with him and Sosnick until he received a signed document from Hochevar indicating Cobbe and Sosnick were now advising the pitcher.
But before any construction begins Van Patten wants to have a signed document from the Aboriginal community honouring the Ontario legislation tax agreement.
Evidence: A signature authenticates a written document by identifying the signer with the signed document.
With a digitally signed document you have complete confidence in the reliability of the document content.
Benitez said: "I don't want to talk too much about this but all the clubs around the world know they (Heinze's representatives) have a signed document, so they know the situation, and I don't see what the problem is.
The technology helps customers identify themselves in a personal or business capacity, represent their level of authority on behalf of businesses, commit to legally binding contracts, verify the integrity of a signer or a signed document, and automate the distribution of the signed business document.
Once the customer submits the signed document, 3PV(R) employs its patented process, stores the encrypted document electronically, and makes it accessible to both the company and its customer.
Ministry of Defence (MOD) said, "Under the terms of the signed document, Typhoon aircraft will replace Tornado ADV aircraft and other aircraft currently in service with the RSAF.
CoSign ensures data-integrity of any signed document or transaction, and provides for non-repudiation of business transactions.
CoSign drives regulatory compliance while driving process efficiency by reducing or even eliminating the time and cost of printing, handling, and mailing paper signed document through less secure methods".