Secure, Authenticated Signatures with a Single Click
Document Signing certificates allow individuals, teams, and organizations to add an electronic, digital signature to a document in a variety of file formats to prove ownership. The digital signature is an encrypted hash of your message that can only be decrypted by someone who has a copy of your public key, which ensures:
How DigiCert Document Signing Works
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Why Choose DigiCert for Doc Signing?
Documents signed with DigiCert Document Signing certificates comply with the U.S. Federal ESIGN Act and assorted international laws, making your documents legally binding.
Trusted by Global Brands
We provide digital certificates for companies such as IBM, HP, Facebook, Sony, and Microsoft, and we have the expertise to secure the integrity of your documents.
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As always, every product from DigiCert comes with our complimentary award-winning customer support and satisfaction guarantee.
Signatures Never Expire
Digital signatures created by DigiCert Document Signing Certificates never expire. This means if the document is changed at any point, the recipient will be notified. In addition, your digital signatures can be timestamped.
DigiCert Document Signing is more secure than typical e-signatures because it requires the two-factor authentication with both a password and an encrypted USB token.
Sign a variety of document types—including PDFs, ODF, DOCX, XML—on a range of major platforms.
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P.S. Turns out you dont have to provide passport data and phone bill. In my case i put my phone number in the index.html file of my IIS server running in my domain. That was good enough proof.