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digital signature

An electronic signature based on cryptographic rules and parameters of originator authentication, which identify the signer and verify the integrity of the data pertaining to the signature.

digital signature

In an electronic health record, a unique, personalized alphanumeric code (or set of codes) that identifies one and only one user of the system.
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DomainKeys confirms not only that a message came from a recognized server but that it was authorized by someone in the company and was not altered in transit.
Since DomainKeys utilizes public key encryption, it is more complex to implement.
particular, DomainKeys proposes utilizing the public key infrastructure
DomainKeys is a way of authenticating email senders, using public and private key pairs and the domain name system, to give email-handling software better information with which to make spam filtering decisions.
A draft standard of the DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) system, which validates an e-mail sender's identity, has been approved by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), an industry body which represents companies such as Cisco, Yahoo and Sendmail.
DKIM is a signature-based e-mail authentication product, based on DomainKeys e-mail authentication from Yahoo and Identified Internet Mail from Cisco.
Currently, he said, Yahoo's DomainKeys and Microsoft's Caller ID have their strengths and weakness.
Kucherawy presents two online tutorial segments on DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) and will lead a live training course on DKIM at the MAAWG 19th General Meeting in Barcelona, Spain, on June 7, 2010.
Authentication and Branding Package: Supports the latest email sender authentication standards such as DomainKeys (aka DKIM: Domain Keys Identified Mail), SPF (Sender Policy Framework), and Sender-ID to authenticate messages.
Trust in Email Begins with Authentication" provides an overview of the technology by focusing on the standardized mechanisms in general use today, Sender Policy Framework (SPF), Sender IDentification Framework (SenderID), and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM).
org - is the only place that provides a single view of all four primary e-mail authentication standards designed to minimise phishing, fraud and spam: DomainKeys and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) advocated by Cisco and Yahoo, and SenderID and Sender Policy Framework (SPF) advocated by Microsoft.
Worldwide Computer Products News-13 July 2005-MDaemon 8 from Alt-N incorporates DomainKeys Identified Mail(C)1995-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.