How to get DSC Online for Foreign Trade & DGFT Website
A DGFT Digital Signature must sign any documents in a virtual platform without a physical presence or for transactions being performed through a browser on the DGFT website. It is mainly used by the EXIM (Exporters & Importers) community registered with the DGFT (Directorate General of Foreign Trade) in India. A Class 3 Digital Signature Certificate is mandatory for any organization engaged in import or an export business.
Since the legal authority recognizes a Digital Signature Certificate, all documents submitted using a Digital Signature Certificate are considered compared with physically signed copies, as per the Indian Information Technology Act 2000.
Why is a Digital Signature Certificate Required?
A digital signature certificate identifies your identity digitally, or we can say electronically. It also helps with the high security of the private information that you have exchanged.
Where can be a Digital Signature Certificate Used?
· For secure email and web-based transactions, a DSC can be used.
· To prove ownership of a particular domain and establish SSL encrypted secured sessions between your website and the user for web-based transactions.
· As a developer, verifying ownership of a code and retaining the integrity of the distributed software programs.
· For signing web forms, e-tendering documents, filing income tax returns, accessing membership-based websites automatically without entering a username and password, etc.
How to Apply for Digital Signature Certificate?
A Digital Signature Certificate can be applied through the DGFT website, but as you can understand, it’s a government website, so the process will be in FIFO format. Hence, it’s better to opt for the same thing hassle-free with a small click through the DSC Expert Team of Clearlogics Management Consultants..