German software house Fakum will be showing off its digital signature applications at the Cebit 99 show in Hannover this month.
"CryptoSeal" is its software for encryption and signature verification, which it is offering to existing users of its Homebanking Computer Interface application, used by a number of German banks.
Faktum said the demand for confidential and error-free identification is not restricted to financial services, but also demanded in the legal sector.
Under Faktum?s software, any kind of document can be transferred to an immutable format and signed digitally. Documents can be encrypted using various cryptographic methods.
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