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Sify is a Certification Authority (CA) that issues Digital Signature Certificates (DSCs) for various purposes, including Class 3 certificates, which are the highest level of assurance certificates. A Class 3 DSC is typically used for online transactions where a high level of security is required, such as e-tendering, e-procurement, and filing income tax returns. It provides the highest level of assurance about the identity of the person holding the certificate. If you're looking to obtain a Class 3 DSC from Sify, you'll need to follow their application process and provide the necessary documentation to prove your identity.

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    • Organizational Identity Verification: Rigorous verification processes are conducted to verify the identity of the organization applying for the certificate.
    • High Assurance Level: Class 3 certificates offer the highest level of assurance for online transactions and communications.
    • Legal Validity: Signatures made using Class 3 Organization DSC are legally binding and hold the same weight as handwritten signatures.
    • Secure Key Pair: Utilizes a secure key pair consisting of a private key (kept confidential within the organization) and a public key (shared openly).
    • Encryption Capability: Provides robust encryption features to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of transmitted data.
    • Digital Signing: Enables the organization to digitally sign documents, contracts, forms, and transactions using advanced cryptographic techniques.
    • Regulatory Compliance: Complies with industry standards and regulations mandated by regulatory bodies and government authorities.
    • Validity Period: Typically valid for one to three years, after which renewal is required to continue using the certificate.
    • Applications: Suitable for a wide range of applications including e-procurement, e-tendering, online bidding, contract signing, and other business transactions.
    • Verification Process: Requires thorough verification of organizational documents, legal entity proofs, and other relevant information during issuance.
    • Revocation Mechanism: Provides a mechanism to revoke the certificate in case of loss, compromise, or organizational changes to prevent unauthorized usage.
    • Tamper-proof: Incorporates measures to prevent tampering or alteration of the digital signature.
    • Compatibility: Compatible with various software applications and platforms supporting digital signatures, ensuring seamless integration into existing workflows.
    • Authentication Measures: May involve multi-factor authentication methods to ensure the authenticity of the signing organization.
    • Audit Trail: Generates a digital audit trail for all signed transactions, facilitating accountability and traceability.
    • Enhanced Security: Offers advanced security features to protect against unauthorized access and misuse of the certificate.

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