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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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The report said that Android uses the cryptographic signature as a way to check that an app or program is legitimate and to ensure it has not been tampered with.
In the trial fifty RA staff will complete and electronically sign their travel or subsistence forms while away from the office, using a Siemens C35I digital GSM mobile phone into which they enter a PIN number to release a cryptographic signature.
In case you don't find the official update, you can download it via an (https://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/camera/camera-4-4-020-163412804-release/) APK , which has been approved by Google and comes with a cryptographic signature, which guarantees that the file is safe to install and has not been tampered in any way.
A hacker who sends a binary SMS will not immediately crack the encryption, but will receive an error message which carrys a cryptographic signature, once again sent over binary SMS.
Public key cryptography and cryptographic signatures emerged in the early 1980s; other elements such as cryptographic hash functions, the hash chain used for proof of work, cryptographic time stamps, the notion of a shared open repository of transactions, and peer-to-peer (P2P) networks all appeared in the 1990s.

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