On Digitals

On Digitals is a Digital Marketing Agency

4.9 (3 Reviews)
About On Digitals
We are On Digitals, a digital marketing agency based in Vietnam. Our passion is to help businesses scale and drive revenue through creative digital marketing campaigns. We deliver the best KPIs with advanced digital solutions tailored to your needs. Our digital marketi...
read more
$25 - $49/hr
2 - 9
Vietnam
On Digitals
On Digitals is a Digital Marketing Agency
4.9 (3 Reviews)
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
Great service - Fantastic product - Reliable new firm.
Raymond Trinh Master of Architecture student at Deakin University
on 16/1/20
I had On Digitals to establish an online marketing campaign for my landscape architectural firm and On delivered a fantastic job. Very happy with his attitude towards customer service and delivering high standard product.
Quality of deliverable
Customer support
Value for money
Overall rating

What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?

Affordable cost and great customer service as well as fantastic product delivered

What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?

expand your horizon and keep up the good work.

Project Details
Project Name
Great service - Fantastic product - Reliable new firm.
Services:
Web Development
Project Budget:
$0 to $10000
Project Duration:
4 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
SEO project
on 10/1/20
-Several keywords of vacuum plating industry on top of google, linked in my website: khaho
-Gaining good results!
Quality of deliverable
Customer support
Value for money
Overall rating
Project Details
Project Name
SEO project
Services:
Digital Marketing
Project Status:
In progress
Services
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Paid Per Click
  • Web design
  • ECommerce development
  • Digital strategy
Focus
Service Focus
Discussions
  • Small business
  • Online business
  • Esignature
1 Answer
In today’s digital world, where incidents of data tampering and forgery are increasing rapidly, it has become imperative to protect any data that is sent online. For the safety and security purpose of the data, Digital Signatures are expanding in popularity amongst the professionals. It validates the authenticity of a document, file, or software. What is a Digital Signature? The digital signature implements a mathematical pin or algorithm to sign, and it also validates the authenticity of a document, file, or software without using pen and paper. A digital signature is used to ensure that the data that is digitally sent belongs to a designated source, and it reaches the receiver in the same way as an envelope seal does. The digital signature is a small block of data attached to documents you sign and this signature is used to certify or approve documents. Why do we need Digital Signature? Traditionally, sending a physically signed document from one country to another via a courier was a time-consuming process. Moreover, there was a wastage of paper while transmitting the documents. On the other hand, while using a digital signature, you can electronically send the texts in a matter of minutes and save lots of time and money. Various researches were conducted globally to understand the significance of digital signature, and it was concluded that you could save an entire working week for any professional by using digital signatures. How does Digital Signature Work? Digital signatures are established on Key Infrastructure and generate two keys, a Public Key and a Private Key. The private key is considered to be confidential and is kept by the signer. On the other hand, the receiver has access to the public key and the authority to decrypt the message. It can be further elaborated as, suppose there is a person named Peter, who wants to send an encrypted message to Lee. Here, Peter has the private key to sign the document digitally. Before encrypting the message using the private key, an algorithm named ‘MD algorithm’ encrypts the message to be sent by Peter into a 128/256-bit format known as a hash value. Then Peter’s private key encrypts this hash value. On completion of both the processes, Peter’s message is said to be digitally signed. On Lee’s side, the digitally signed message is decrypted with the help of the signer’s public key. The public key decrypts the message and transforms it into another hash value. Then the message is opened with a program(e.g., MS Word, Adobe Reader), and a comparison is made with this hash value to the original hash value, which was generated on Peter’s side. If the hash value on Lee’s side matches with the hash value created on Peter’s hand. After this, the message is opened, and if both hash values match, it displays the message “The document has been modified since this signature was applied.” If both the hash values do not match, it shows the following message: “The document has not been modified since this signature was not applied.” Last Words: The growth in data tampering incidents has caused a significant increase in the acceptance of digital signatures. The latest research depicts that the global Digital Signature market will expand to 24.2% from 2017 to 2025. Moreover, digital signatures are considered equivalent to handwritten signatures in many countries. Bearing in mind the perks involved along with the potential dangers, it is safe to conclude that the digital signature is the next-gen solution for potential digital frauds.
In today’s digital world, where incidents of data tampering and forgery are increasing rapidly, it has become imperative to protect any data that is sent online. For the safety and security purpose of the data, Digital Signatures are expanding in popularity amongst the professionals. It validates the authenticity of a document, file, or software. What is a Digital Signature? The digital signature implements a mathematical pin or algorithm to sign, and it also validates the authenticity of a document, file, or software without using pen and paper. A digital signature is used to ensure that the data that is digitally sent belongs to a designated source, and it reaches the receiver in the same way as an envelope seal does. The digital signature is a small block of data attached to documents you sign and this signature is used to certify or approve documents. Why do we need Digital Signature? Traditionally, sending a physically signed document from one country to another via a courier was a time-consuming process. Moreover, there was a wastage of paper while transmitting the documents. On the other hand, while using a digital signature, you can electronically send the texts in a matter of minutes and save lots of time and money. Various researches were conducted globally to understand the significance of digital signature, and it was concluded that you could save an entire working week for any professional by using digital signatures. How does Digital Signature Work? Digital signatures are established on Key Infrastructure and generate two keys, a Public Key and a Private Key. The private key is considered to be confidential and is kept by the signer. On the other hand, the receiver has access to the public key and the authority to decrypt the message. It can be further elaborated as, suppose there is a person named Peter, who wants to send an encrypted message to Lee. Here, Peter has the private key to sign the document digitally. Before encrypting the message using the private key, an algorithm named ‘MD algorithm’ encrypts the message to be sent by Peter into a 128/256-bit format known as a hash value. Then Peter’s private key encrypts this hash value. On completion of both the processes, Peter’s message is said to be digitally signed. On Lee’s side, the digitally signed message is decrypted with the help of the signer’s public key. The public key decrypts the message and transforms it into another hash value. Then the message is opened with a program(e.g., MS Word, Adobe Reader), and a comparison is made with this hash value to the original hash value, which was generated on Peter’s side. If the hash value on Lee’s side matches with the hash value created on Peter’s hand. After this, the message is opened, and if both hash values match, it displays the message “The document has been modified since this signature was applied.” If both the hash values do not match, it shows the following message: “The document has not been modified since this signature was not applied.” Last Words: The growth in data tampering incidents has caused a significant increase in the acceptance of digital signatures. The latest research depicts that the global Digital Signature market will expand to 24.2% from 2017 to 2025. Moreover, digital signatures are considered equivalent to handwritten signatures in many countries. Bearing in mind the perks involved along with the potential dangers, it is safe to conclude that the digital signature is the next-gen solution for potential digital frauds.

In today’s digital world, where incidents of data tampering and forgery are increasing rapidly, it has become imperative to protect any data that is sent online. For the safety and security purpose of the data, Digital Signatures are expanding in popularity amongst the professionals. It validates the authenticity of a document, file, or software.

undefined

What is a Digital Signature?

The digital signature implements a mathematical pin or algorithm to sign, and it also validates the authenticity of a document, file, or software without using pen and paper. A digital signature is used to ensure that the data that is digitally sent belongs to a designated source, and it reaches the receiver in the same way as an envelope seal does. The digital signature is a small block of data attached to documents you sign and this signature is used to certify or approve documents.

Why do we need Digital Signature?

Traditionally, sending a physically signed document from one country to another via a courier was a time-consuming process. Moreover, there was a wastage of paper while transmitting the documents.

On the other hand, while using a digital signature, you can electronically send the texts in a matter of minutes and save lots of time and money. Various researches were conducted globally to understand the significance of digital signature, and it was concluded that you could save an entire working week for any professional by using digital signatures.

How does Digital Signature Work?

Digital signatures are established on Key Infrastructure and generate two keys, a Public Key and a Private Key. The private key is considered to be confidential and is kept by the signer. On the other hand, the receiver has access to the public key and the authority to decrypt the message.

It can be further elaborated as, suppose there is a person named Peter, who wants to send an encrypted message to Lee. Here, Peter has the private key to sign the document digitally. Before encrypting the message using the private key, an algorithm named ‘MD algorithm’ encrypts the message to be sent by Peter into a 128/256-bit format known as a hash value. Then Peter’s private key encrypts this hash value. On completion of both the processes, Peter’s message is said to be digitally signed.

On Lee’s side, the digitally signed message is decrypted with the help of the signer’s public key. The public key decrypts the message and transforms it into another hash value. Then the message is opened with a program(e.g., MS Word, Adobe Reader), and a comparison is made with this hash value to the original hash value, which was generated on Peter’s side. If the hash value on Lee’s side matches with the hash value created on Peter’s hand. After this, the message is opened, and if both hash values match, it displays the message “The document has been modified since this signature was applied.” If both the hash values do not match, it shows the following message:

“The document has not been modified since this signature was not applied.”

Last Words:

The growth in data tampering incidents has caused a significant increase in the acceptance of digital signatures. The latest research depicts that the global Digital Signature market will expand to 24.2% from 2017 to 2025. Moreover, digital signatures are considered equivalent to handwritten signatures in many countries. Bearing in mind the perks involved along with the potential dangers, it is safe to conclude that the digital signature is the next-gen solution for potential digital frauds.

Contact information
vn
On Digitals
Hoa Binh, Ho Chi Minh City, Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh 700000
Vietnam
84909703188