Digital certificate

A digital certificate is a digital document that verifies the identity of a person or organization, and provides information about where the certificate was issued and when it expires. Put simply, a digital certificate is a token file that tells you who someone is. Think of it like a passport, but for the internet. Digital certificates are only valif if issued by recognized certification authorities. You will need them in cases where you need to prove your identity as an individual or as an organization online--to show the world you are who you say you are so that others can trust you.

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