A digital certificate is a software token that identifies you to others on the Internet, similar to the way your driver's license identifies you to others. Often recognized as a form of electronic signature, it is used to authenticate the identity of an individual or corporation. The receiver of a certificate must somehow validate that the sender is legitimate before accepting any risky requests from him/her.

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