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Esign Services

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eSign service refers to an electronic signature according to the second schedule defined by the Information Technology Act. eSignatures are considered as an authentic way to sign documents and paperwork. eSign services facilitate Application Service Providers (ASP) to enable their users to sign documents in electronic form by using Aadhaar number. The eSign authentication can be done through e-KYC service, thus removing the traditional form of paperwork.

The eSignature online service is simple to use and is accessible to everyone for signing the electronic documents digitally. eSign services from Vsign allow secure and reliable signing of the documents in a convenient way. Any individual carrying Aadhaar in his name can digitally sign electronic documents without obtaining a physical digital signature certificate.

Application Service Providers (ASP) incorporates the eSign service within their application to provide Aadhaar holders a way to sign electronic documents and paperwork.

How V-sign Service Works?

The eSign digital signature service hosts a unique characteristic of its flexibility and simple process in configuration structure linked to the e-KYC services. It also provides the facility to record e-KYC IDs and facilitate swift identity verification of the signatory. The authentication process for e-KYC can be done using the OTP function as well as biometric features.

Enabled through e-KYC authentication of the eSign user, the online signature gets validated using the OTP function, with a real-time encrypted signature on the document being obtained with the help of a secure backend server. Only the legally authorized third-party service providers, having issued a valid license from Certifying Authorities (CA) have the right to provide eSign services. Verasys Technologies, a subsidiary of Alankit Limited is one of the legally renowned organizations.

To complete signature formalities, the electronic signs require individuals to submit thumbprint (hash) in order to enhance security & assure user confidentiality. eSign services do not require physical presence; they enable access to online signature functions easily regardless of place and time. Vsign offers speedy services for mandatory signature requirements in order to avoid lengthy tenure of 2-3 weeks.

Who can become ASP?

The organizations that desire to integrate paper-based service should be either of the below-listed:

(i) A legal business entity registered in India

(ii) An Authority constituted under the State/ Central Act

(iii) A Nonprofit company / Special Purpose company of national significance,

(iv) A bank or financial institution

How to avail?

To become ASP, an application form, a formal agreement, the KYC process, and the technical integration to the Preproduction environment is mandatory.

FAQ's

An electronic digital signature indicates data in electronic form which is legally linked or attached with other data in electronic form. Electronic Digital Signatures are used by the signatory for the purpose of signing a document. An Electronic Signature is equivalent to a handwritten signature digitized and is used to confirm content within a document or the terms of a specific document.

eSign is a digital form of signature service that can be incorporated with the service delivery applications with the help of an API to facilitate an eSign user to sign the document electronically. The eSign authentication can be done through e-KYC service and further paperless electronic signature can be enabled. With the eSign services, it is easier to share files digitally and track the status via follow-ups on email. Through the electronic system, nobody has to wait to get the documents signed and the process becomes swift and hassle-free.

Yes, digitally signed documents are just as legally valid as signatures on a paper document, and it's essential that every signer is aware of the legal effect of signing a document online. Documents signed online are legally bound.

Yes, digitally signed documents are just as legally valid as signatures on a paper document, and it's essential that every signer is aware of the legal effect of signing a document online. Documents signed online are legally bound.

Some years back, the traditional form of signatures was enjoyed; however, the situation at present is changing. Different countries have passed a law to certify the validity of electronic signatures; India has been keeping up a good hold with the technology and industry standards in the digitized world.

Recently, the Reserve Bank of India has allowed finance banks to use electronic signatures for financial transactions. It has become a tradition nowadays for banks to adopt electronic signatures. Now that the digital signature certificate has become the most widely used form of electronic signature, it is foreseen in the years to come that electronic signatures will be made mandatory for every payment bank and financial bank.

Open the file that comprises the digital signature you want to view.

Click the Signature Details listed there.

From the Signature Details dialog box, it is easy to determine if the signature is:

Valid: The signature is current. The certificate is reliable and isn’t expired or canceled.

Invalid: The certificate is revoked or the content signed has been changed.

Recoverable error : - The signature isn’t valid now but it can be recovered. The issue could be that you are offline, the certificate is expired, or the certificate issuer isn’t reliable.

Partial signature: A part of a file is signed.