A digital certificate is a document signed electronically by an owner of services of certification which links those signature verification data to a signatory and confirms their identity.
It is an electronic file which can be stored in different ways such as, for example, on the browser of the PC itself, on a pen drive or on a chip embedded in a card. This is the case of the electronic ID card.
A digital certificate is an ensemble of data which allows:
You may check the accepted certificates in the following link Digital certificates used and accepted
Through this link you may access to request a digital certificate.
Manual to obtain and install the certificate.
Through this link you can check if your certificate is valid.
It is possible to have more than one certificate in a PC and, when it is to be used, you may select which one to use.
Electronic signature is the ensemble of electronic data, together with other data or linked to them, which may be used as means to identify the signatory.
The advanced electronic signature is the electronic signature which allows the identification of the signatory, and write any further amendment to the signed data. It is uniquely linked to the signatory and the data it refers to, and has been created by such means that the signatory can keep under their exclusive control.
It is considered recognised electronic signature the advanced electronic signature based on a recognised certificate and generated through a safe device to create a signature.
The recognised electronic signature will have – regarding the data electronically stated – the same value as that handwritten – regarding those stated on paper.
En la siguiente ruta se pueden visualizar los certificados digitales que tienes configurados en tu navegador:
Si no tienes ninguno deberás importar al navegador tu certificado digital para poder realizar trámites electrónicos en los que sea necesario disponer de certificado digital.
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