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A: An electronic signature is a string of characters that can be used instead of a traditional signature in a written document, such as a legal document, contract, tax return form, and a variety of other types of paper documents. This includes electronic signatures in the web browser, emails, instant messages, chats, documents, and so on. A signature can be considered a digital signature because it consists of two separate parts: the "public key" and the "private key". The public key is used to verify the signature by the user and the private key is used to verify its veracity by a third party. The public keys are public, meaning anyone can view them. The private keys are secret, meaning the user must be sure to keep them private. When the signature has been verified by the user the public key should be returned to the user as a digital signature. This is similar to a key stroke authentication where a person types a keystroke, such as, "enter", and if the keystroke is recognized it returns a digital signature. What is the difference between digital signatures and signature authentication? Digital signatures are similar to digital signatures in a way that their verification is based on the user's private key and not the public key. However, digital signatures are not the same as traditional signatures because in digital signatures public and private keys do not have to be known to verify the signature. Signature verification is based on the user's public key being us...
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