Non-qualified certificates

Non-qualified certificates

 

 

Secure your e-mail data, encrypt documents and connections, e.g. SSL, VPN, IPSEC.

 

Non-qualified certificates may be used to encrypt information, authorize network devices and set up secure connections, e.g. SSL, VPN, IPSEC.

In the case of a non-qualified ("ordinary") certificate, eIDAS regulation does not impose requirements as to how to generate and store the private key, and how to generate the electronic signature verified with such a certificate (with the use of the program or cryptographic cards).

Trusted unqualified certificate includes:

  • specified data identifying a person on the Internet (such as first name, surname or e-mail address) be confirmed by an Electronic Trusted Third Party,
  • data of the entity represented by the certificate holder (optional),
  • date of the issuer of the certificate,
  • period of validity,
  • public key assigned to the private key in the exclusive possession of the user.

 

 

Quality of services provided by KIR to the extent of non-qualified certificates is confirmed by the WebTrust certificate.

We offer non-qualified certificates:

  • to sign and encrypt e-mails,
  • to encrypt documents,
  • to set up SSL, VPN connections.

If you want to order a standard certificate:

1. Fill out the online form
2. Send the signed paper order documents
3. Collect your order
 

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If you want to order an infrastructure certificate (SSL certificate, VPN certificate, Server certificate):

1. Fill out the order
2. Send the order to the address of the nearest branch of KIR
3. Wait to be contacted by e-mail by our operator to confirm the data and determine the manner of collecting the certificate.


 

If you want to order a certificate to sign codes:

1. Fill out the order
2. Send the order to the address of the nearest branch of KIR
3. Wait to be contacted by e-mail by our operator to determine the manner of collecting the certificate.

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