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To achieve trust and security in electronic transactions over the Internet, electronic certification authorities are relied upon as a neutral and reliable mediator that verifies the validity and integrity of transactions.

Certification authorities work to verify the authenticity of electronic signatures and ensure that they are issued by the person concerned.

Electronic certification authorities also issue certificates of authenticity that prove the validity and authenticity of electronic signatures. These certificates are relied upon by users to ensure that the electronic transaction is valid and has legal value.

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1,2Lecturer A, University of lounici Ali, Blida 2 (Algeria).

The Authors E-mail: z.benkhadra@univ-blida2.dz1, r.boudia@univ-blida2.dz 2


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