The PKI solution runs on the client system's Windows operating system on localhost and exposes RESTful web APIs, which your applications can consume.

The PKI solution supports hash, text, and XML signing, enabling signing for various file types such as PDF, text, XML, JSON, and more

Yes, our PKI solution's API can be used for authentication

To install the application, please navigate to the download section of this portal. Follow the on-screen instructions provided to complete the installation process. Once installed, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of a secure, fast, and flexible signing operation.

A digital signature is an electronic form of signature which verifies the authenticity of a digital document. Digital signatures also verify the identity or authenticity of the sender of the information over the Internet. They also add up to security measures employed during any online transactions.

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

PKI.Network offers the solutions and provides digital signatures certificates.

The validity of the license key depends on the certificates it could be of 1 year, 2 year, or 3 year.

The role of a Certification Authority (CA) in a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is crucial for ensuring the security and trustworthiness of digital certificates. The CA acts as a trusted third party that verifies the identity of entities and issues digital certificates to them. CAs contribute to the security and trustworthiness of PKIs by verifying identities, issuing digital certificates, managing revocation, and enabling secure communication through the use of public key cryptography.

The process for revoking a PKI certificate involves the cancellation of the Digital Signature Certificate. There are various reasons for revoking a certificate, including:
  1. Inaccuracy in the data contained within the digital certificate.
  2. Revocation requested by the subscriber of the digital certificate.
  3. Compromised secrecy of the private key associated with the certificate.
  4. Changes in the information represented by the digital certificate.

The mechanism used to check the validity of a digital signature certificate, each time it is used to sign a transaction, is crucial for ensuring the certificate's authenticity. This process verifies that the certificate has not been revoked or expired. There are several mechanisms available to validate a certificate, including Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL), Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP), and Certificate Authority Method (CAM). These mechanisms provide means to verify the current status of a certificate and ensure its integrity and validity during the signature verification process.