Public Key Infrastructure

PKI (or Public Key Infrastructure) is a solid framework of encryption and cybersecurity that safeguard your communication between the server(your website) and the client (the user). It generally includes the involvement of two keys: a public key and a private key. The Public key is available for every user that wants to connect with the website. Whereas, the private key is a unique key generated when a connection is made and the user wants to keep the connection a secret. While communicating, the client uses its dedicated public key to encrypt and decrypt the information. However, the private key is used by the server. This not only protects the user’s information from theft or tampering. But also, make his work hassle-free.

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How does PKI help the users?

Digital Signatures is considered as the safest form of authentication. Ever since PKI has come into the picture, the user can sign their documents digitally online as well as offline without any fear of alteration.

  • At first, the user creates a file from the initially shared information
  • This thumbprint is then encrypted with the private key (Kprg) and is added to the initial information.
  • A temporary session key is then generated to encrypt the initial information.
  • The session key is then generated (Ks) which will help the user to encrypt initial information.
  • The session key for encryption (Kse) is then added to encrypt information file. So this file contains that encrypted information, the Kse and the signature.
  • Later the recipient compares the unencrypted thumbprint with the unencrypted information. If they match, the signature is verified.

THE NEED FOR PKI

Public Key Infrastructure protects the confidential communication or the information shared from one party to another from getting traced and altered. PKI secures sensitive electronic information as it passed back and forth between two different parties and provides each party with a key to encrypt and decrypt the digital data. Whenever you pick this two-key encryption system, your information gets stored in the encrypted form and can be decrypted only by using the dedicated key shared by the DSC holder to the person, he wants to share information with. So, to keep your information secured, it becomes a mandate for the applicants to use PKI.network services. To make your entire signing process easy, Pki.network delivers genuine services that you can opt from. This makes your process of digital signing easy and quick. Besides, if you have any queries, you can write to info@pki.network or you can dial 011-614-00-000.