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What is the advanced electronic signature (AES)?

An advanced electronic signature (e-signature): (a) is connected only to the signer; (b) allows to identify the person; (c) is made with information necessary for e-signatures which can only be used by the signer at a high level of security, and (d) is connected to signed data in a way that allows to identify all later changes in the data. An AES is created by a qualified electronic signature creation device and is based on a qualified certificate for electronic signatures. A qualified certificate is a certificate which conforms to specific EU requirements and is issued by a certification service provider who also conforms to specific EU requirements.

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