Signature Generation is a Cryptographic Primitive
that is part of a Digital Signature Algorithm
that produces a Digital Signature
representative from a message
representative under the control of a Private Key
Signature Generation requires a corresponding Signature Verification for a Verifier to verify the Digital Signature.
Signature Generation takes the original message and generating a, typically fixed-length, Hash of the message by means of a Hash Function (One-Way Hash Function) into a Digital Signature.
Signature Generation How To#
Signature Generation is done using:
The encrypted hash
-- along with other information, such as the Hash Function
-- is the Digital Signature
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