IDStack - The Common Protocol for Document Verification built on Digital Signatures

01/07/2019
by   Chanaka Lakmal, et al.
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The use of physical documents is inconvenient and inefficient in today's world, which motivates us to move towards the use of digital documents. Digital documents can solve many problems of inefficiency of data management but proving their authenticity and verifying them is still a problem. This paper presents a solution for this problem using text extraction, digital signatures and a correlation score for a set of documents. The paper discusses the impacts and advantages of the proposed technologies against other possible technologies that could serve the same purpose.

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