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Lithuanian regulator extends validity of e-signature certificates from SSC

Thursday 8 March 2018 | 16:30 CET | News
Lithuanian national telecommunications regulator RRT has extended the validity term of e-signature certificates issued by Skaitmeninio Sertifikavimo Centras (SSC), belonging to the Penki Kontinentai group. Users of the certificates from SSC need to change their current certificates to the certificates from other providers until 11 May. 

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Countries: Lithuania
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