Digital Signature Revoke meaning in Hindi
If you using Digital signature certificate (DSC) and its not yet expire, but you get message that your certificate revoked.
That’s mean your certificate validity cancel by administer. For resign you can contact your administer for that.
For a certificate which has not expired, the issuer of that certificate is responsible for maintaining something called a ‘revocation list’.
If a certificate is ever compromised, the issuer can revoke it by adding it to the revocation list, and then this certificate will no longer be trusted by your browser.
Revocation status is not required to be maintained for expired certificates, so while this certificate used to be valid for the website you are visiting, at this point it is not possible to determine whether the certificate was compromised and subsequently revoked, or whether it remains secure.
As such it is impossible to tell whether you are communicating with the legitimate website, or whether the certificate was compromised and is now in the possession of an attacker with whom you are communicating.
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Certifying Authority to issue Digital Signature Certificate.
- Any person may make an application to the Certifying Authority for the issue of a Digital Signature Certificate in such form as may be prescribed by the Central Government
- very such application shall be accompanied by such fee not exceeding twenty-five thousand rupees as may be prescribed by the Central Government, to be paid to the Certifying Authority.
- Provided that while prescribing fees under sub-section (2) different fees may be prescribed for different classes of applicants.
- Every such application shall be accompanied by a certification practice statement or where there is no such statement, a statement containing such particulars, as may be specified by regulations.
- On receipt of an application under sub-section (1), the Certifying Authority may, after consideration of the certification practice statement or the other statement under sub-section (3) and after making such enquiries as it may deem fit, grant the Digital Signature Certificate or for reasons to be recorded in writing, reject the application.
- The applicant holds the private key corresponding to the public key to be listed in the Digital Signature Certificate.
- The applicant holds a private key, which is capable of creating a digital signature.
Representations upon issuance of Digital Signature Certificate
- It has complied with the provisions of this Act and the rules and regulations made thereunder.
- It has published the Digital Signature Certificate or otherwise made it available to such person relying on it and the subscriber has accepted it.
- The subscriber holds the private key corresponding to the public key, listed in the Digital Signature Certificate.
- The subscriber’s public key and private key constitute a functioning key pair.
- The information contained in the Digital Signature Certificate is accurate, and
- It has no knowledge of any material fact, which if it had been included in the Digital Signature Certificate would adversely affect the reliability of the representations made in clauses
Suspension of Digital Signature Certificate
- Subject to the provisions of sub-section (2), the Certifying Authority which has issued a Digital Signature Certificate may suspend such Digital Signature Certificate.
- On receipt of a request to that effect from.
- The subscriber listed in toe Digital Signature Certificate.
- Any person duly authorised to act on behalf of that subscriber
- If it is of opinion that the Digital Signature Certificate should be suspended in public interest
- A Digital Signature Certificate shall not be suspended for a period exceeding fifteen days unless the subscriber has been given an opportunity of being heard in the matter.
- On suspension of a Digital Signature Certificate under this section, the Certifying Authority shall communicate the same to the subscriber.