eFactory develops eMobile PKI

Monday 3 February 2003 | 00:00 CET | News
eFactory (Oslo, Norway), developer of solutions for Internet publishing and e-commerce, has demonstrated its eMobile PKI solution for authentication and digital signatures via mobile phones. The eMobile PKI solutions works by initially generating a digital fingerprint of the document to be signed and this is transmitted via a secure connection to Telenor Mobil (ZebSign) together with the user's mobile phone number. Telenor reacts by sending an SMS to the user. When this is received, the user keys in a PIN code on their mobile which activates software in the phone's SIM card. The software

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