The certificate, which is deposited with the certificate-based e-signature of a webSignatureOffice user, also serves as a feature for identifying the signatory in the event of a dispute. It is therefore important for the recipient to know which identification feature the certificate was associated with when it was created. A certificate, which was raised for example by a letter identification, offers in case of dispute a substantially better possibility to identify the signer than a certificate, which was only linked with an e-mail address. The signature with a simple (weak) password is also more contestable in case of doubt than a signature with a secure (complex) password.
How is it rated?
WebSignatureOffice divides the value of the certificates used for the signature into three levels. The strength of the identification feature with which the person has identified himself to the system is taken into account.
No rating - e.g. to show how many levels are possible.
Simple certificate level with email verification.
Highest certificate level with e-mail verification, letter identification and SMS identification.
For each upgrade of the certificate level you need to verify with a code. You will receive the code, depending on the certificate level, by email, letter or SMS.
To verify with your code please use: https://www.websignatureoffice.com/Verification.html