Digital Signature (DSC)

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Digital Signature Certificate in India

DSC is a statutory requirement for submitting various forms to the Government of India. DSC uses public-key encryption for the creation of a signature. A digital signature certificate will be embedded in electronic documents, emails, and other digitally transmitted documents. These signatures provide and enhance security using encryption technology.

Class 3 DSC is the most secure certificate with a signature and encryption certificate. IndiaFilings will help you get the Class 3 DSC with an encryption certificate and a USB token; it can use for encryption and signing. A signature certificate is used to sign a document, while an encryption certificate is used to encrypt the data. Class 3 DSCs will be issued to individuals and companies/organizations.

Class 3 Digital Signature can use for many purposes such as MCA e-filing, Income Tax e-filing, e-Tendering, LLP registration, GST application, IE code registration, Form 16, Patent and trademark e-filing, Customs e-filing, e-Procurement, e-Biding, e-Auction and more.

DigiQore can help individuals to obtain Class 3 Digital Signature with ePass Token. The authorized person can attach DSC to documents that are submitted electronically. It guarantees the confidentiality and validity of electronically supplied records.

Class 3 DSC is valid for companies, NGOs, trusts, government departments, and organizations. IndiaFilings can help you obtain an eMudhra Class 3 Digital Signature certificate in India with two-year validity and a secure USB token.

DSC will be issued in the Company's name; this proves the user's right on behalf of a company and contains personal and Company details. Class 3 DSC for Company is issued to authorize the signatory of any company.

Digital Signature Certificates (DSCs) are essential in today’s digital world.

  • Legal Compliance: DSCs are crucial for complying with electronic signature laws and regulations. They ensure that digital transactions and documents meet legal requirements.
  • Business Transactions: In the corporate world, DSCs are essential for signing contracts, agreements, financial transactions, and other crucial documents. They offer a secure and convenient way to conduct business.
  • Government Transactions: Many government agencies and departments require DSCs for online filing forms, applications, and other submissions. They help establish trust in online interactions with the government.
  • Financial Transactions: Banks and financial institutions often mandate using DSCs for secure online banking and financial transactions. This ensures the protection of financial data and the prevention of fraud.
  • International Trade: DSCs are indispensable for international trade and commerce. They facilitate secure and legally compliant exchange of trade-related documents and transactions, such as import-export licenses and trade agreements.

Digital Signature Certificates (DSCs) offer several benefits. Here are the key advantages of DSCs:

  • Security: DSCs provide a high level of security by verifying the signer’s identity and ensuring the document’s integrity. They protect against tampering and unauthorized access.
  • Legally Binding: Digital signatures have legal validity in many countries, including India. They hold the same legal status as physical signatures, making them ideal for various legal and business transactions.
  • Efficiency: DSCs streamline document handling by eliminating the need for physical signatures and paperwork. This leads to faster document processing, reduced administrative tasks, and improved efficiency.
  • Cost Savings: By reducing the reliance on paper-based processes, courier services, and manual handling, DSCs contribute to cost savings and improved resource management.
  • Global Acceptance: DSCs are recognized and accepted internationally. They are vital for cross-border transactions and ensure that documents sent and received from other countries are secure and legally binding.
  • Data Integrity: DSCs use encryption to secure data during transmission. This is critical for protecting sensitive or confidential information from unauthorized access.

According to Controller of Certification Agencies (CCA) guidelines, renewing Digital Signatures requires fresh identity verification. You can renew your Class 3 DSC by following the same process as buying a new Digital Signature Certificate on the DigiQore website.

  • You can apply for DSC renewal through our website once it is expired or before the expiry date.
  • Pricing for renewal remains the same as buying a new DSC through our website.