A digital signature (not to be confused with a digital certificate) is an electronic signature that is used to authenticate the identity of a message sender or document signer, and usually to ensure that the original message/document content is unchanged (document integrity).

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How does signing work with Elliptic Curve Crypto?

So I have read up and have a decent understanding of how the crypto works with Elliptic Curve Cryptography. I also think I have an understanding of how signing works with things like Elliptic Curve ...
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ADFS: Verify requests from relying party

In ADFS, serveral certificates are used. This is explained (very clearly) on this page: ...
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Verifying the owner of a signing key

I'm using elliptic curve cryptography (curve25519 and ed25519) for key exchange and signing. The signing and key exchange keypairs are independent. I need two users to be able to verify each other's ...
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Algorithm to Transaction Data Signing

Transaction Data Signing I need an idea to develop a very secure algorithm to authenticate online operations using PHP in the server and an Android app in the user's device. What is the idea? The ...
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Digital signature based authentication schema using two passwords

I'm working on an authentication system for a web based Bitcoin-related service. As part of the service, users do some less sensitive operations (mostly reading and sending various types of ...
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Is the digital declaration just an obscure proposal?

One professor from my university proposed me and some colleagues to work on a paper about the digital declaration (which is supposed to be better than the digital signature) for passing the subject. ...
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How to check executable code signing signatures?

How can I see all code signing signatures an executable has? I know that requests for a tool are usually considered as opinion based, but I really can't find one and I don't expect many answers. ...
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Implementing OAuth flow in JavaScript

I am making a custom auth flow for the application. It is inspired by OAuth 2.0. Dev sends user to an auth page on my domain, passing callback_url and api_id. I redirect user to callback_url, passing ...
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Techniques for web-user communication across an untrusted server

I'm designing a web-based notification framework (i.e. a user can subscribe to updates from a service or another user) where communication between users is encrypted. User-to-user communication on ...
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Does this show the proper results for signing an XML file

I did the following use this (sign) and this (verify) example on MSDN. Here are the results of all this (don't worry, I will delete the below key and generate new keys, on a different system); XML ...
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Is there any way possible that a Digital certificate is issued by admin on wireless channel?

I want that an admin who is working in a wireless environment have to issue digital certificate to the node, who wants to register itself with the network. this certificate will be used by user to ...
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Application Privilege Control in Kaspersky blocks program with no digital signature

I made a small application that displays hello world to the console output and attempted to open it in another computer that had Kaspersky fully updated. When I ran the application, Kaspersky gave a ...
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Installer digital signature timestamp inconsistency

I just noticed that the digital signature on an old installer EXE is expired (it's LibreOffice from May 2013, and I'm pretty sure it was valid when I installed it). Investigating further, the time ...
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What curve and key length to use in ECDSA with BouncyCastle

I'm developing a client/server system in Java which is not interacting with third party software, so I don't have to worry about compatibility. At a certain point, I need the client and server to ...