Paper-Based Document Authentication Using Digital Signature and QR Code

There are still needs for paper-based documents in certain circumstances where electronic documents cannot efficiently replace them. For example, documents issued by the government such as birth certificates, driver licenses, and passports must be paper-based. With advanced scanning and printing technologies, paper-based document fraud can easily be conducted without significant high cost. In this paper, an implementation of paper-based document authentication is presented. The integrity of the text message and the author of the document can be verified with the use of a digital signature and QR code.

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Resource Details

Provided by:
International Association of Computer Science & Information Technology (IACSIT)
Topic:
Security
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