DSC Verification Steps

DSC Verification Steps

Verification Steps to obtain DSC

In Order to obtain Digital Signature Certificate in India. It is mandatory to complete 3-type of verification explained below.

By CEO, Aistech Solution
  Bangalore, India      

Mobile

Mobile Verification can be completed by otp validtion.

Email

A link will be shared by email. Applicants can complete email verification by clicking this link.

Video

Recording can be done by a link or app by applicant where id and address proof has to be displayed at the time of recording video in order to verify identity.

Mobile verification by the Indian Number

 

One SMS will be received in a given mobile number form CCADSC (or from similar suffix) has to be shared for validation at the time of initiating the process.

Aadhar OTP also has to be shared, if applying through Aadhar before to Mobile Verification and Given Mobile Number must be linked to Aadhar. (Applying by aadhar is very quick and hassle free method to obtain dsc for individuals)

Mobile Verification by a foreign number

Just click on the link received by sms.

SMS Verification complets if clicked within 15 minute.

Will show an error (if clicked after 15 minute) “Invalid or expired otp. Please try to verify your mobile with new otp”

Then Mobile verification has to be completed by using same link. (Received by SMS)
 
Open link received in browser.

Click on Get OTP.

Enter OTP sent to mobile.

Once otp is entered, click on Verify OTP.

Will show “Your Mobile is successfully verified”

Email Verification

One e-mail would have been received in given email id from no-reply@certificate.digital. Where email verification link or Verify Your Email Link is available. Just click on the particular link. Once you click, you will get “Your Email verification is Successfully completed”

Video Verification

Open the link, received by email/sms.  Record Video by clicking on “Start Recording Option” (when the timer begins). 

Make sure your camera and microphone are enabled. Keep your original Documents handy.  (should exactly match what are submitted to us) 

Read the displayed line above and show original identity and address proof. Once finished, it will be recorded and uploaded automatically.

You will get the option to preview the video and audio that is recorded. If not proper, please record Again.

Important Note : It is mandatory to display original documents during video recording.

If problem persist, record by using mobile app. App link would have been received with video link.

Disclaimer:

Above steps are exactly useful if digital signature has been applied by Aistech Solution or their channel partner only. Above steps are shared by Aistech Solution being partnered with Capricorn Identity Services Pvt. Ltd. a Licensed Certifying Authority (CA) under IT Act, 2000. Verification Steps may differ if applied by other Certifying Authority

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Remove internal links to the G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization

Remove internal links to the G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization

The public G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization will be removed with no replacement.

[Action Required] Remove internal links to the G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization

Abhishek Mishra

Certified Google Cloud Partner

“Google is not providing a redirection link for the G Suite Domain Contact page. (www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact) steps to take further action” 

Some users may have received an email informing them of the G Suite Domain Contact page deprecation.

On August 31, 2020, the public G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization will be removed with no replacement.

Related FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

The Domain Contact page can be found at http://www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact (replace <domain-name> with your domain) and can be configured to show a custom support message. The custom support message can be set by administrators in Admin Console > Account Settings > Profile (https://admin.google.com/ac/accountsettings/profile ). The Domain Contact page can then be linked in documentation to direct users to your organization’s own support channels or help desk information.

The Domain Contact Page URL is being deprecated on 31st August 2020. This means that visiting the page http://www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact will result in a 404 “Page Not found” Error.

If your organization does not use the Domain Contact page, then you don’t need to do anything.

If your organization uses the Domain Contact page (i.e. have set up a custom support message and references the Domain Contact page in your internal documentation), then you may wish to remove any links from any documents, websites, scripts, or applications that references it, otherwise users will see a 404 error if they visit the page.

To instruct your users to find and remove the Domain Contact page link within your organization’s internal documents, websites, scripts, or applications, you will need to provide your users with the <domain-name> for your organization and can send them the following instructions:

  • To remove the Domain Contact link, follow the steps below:
    1. Open your internal documents, websites, scripts, or applications.
    2. Search for any links that reference http://www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact (with your domain name replacing the text <domain-name>)
    3. Remove each link. If needed, replace the link with an alternative document or website.
    4. Save your document, website, script, or application.

Google is not providing a redirection link for the G Suite Domain Contact page. This will result in a 404 “Page Not Found” error when users attempt to use documents, websites, scripts or applications that rely on the link.

If you have subscribed G Suite form Aistech Solution and required, will be informed personally and necessary assistance will be /would have been provided. Write an email to us if any further assistance is required.

Our Support email id is : support@aisbangalore.com

My immediate action:

Open this link in new window- https://admin.google.com/ac/accountsettings/profile

Login with G Suite Admin User Credentials.

Scroll-down to Support message (Information about contacting your support team is given)

If a massage contains any link similar to www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact

Contact your IT Administrator /Developer/Appmaker.

If your organization does not use the page www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact then you do not need to take any action!

If the above link is not being used within my documents, websites, scripts, or applications.

I need not to worry and need not to take any further action at all.

Important Note:- Here my domain is signing.digital and I have to check the link

https://www.google.com/a/signing.digital/DomainContact

G Suite MX record

G Suite MX record

G Suite MX record values

Here are the values to use in your domain’s DNS settings to configure MX records for Gmail with G Suite. Each record points to a Google mail server. Note important details below about setting mail server Priorities.

You enter these values at your domain host, not in your Google Admin console.

Note: Some domain hosts use different labels for the name and value fields, and some hosts also require a period at the end of the server name.

For example: ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.

Make sure you follow the specific instructions for your domain host when entering these record values.

Name/Host/AliasTime to Live (TTL*)Record TypePriorityValue/Answer/Destination
Blank or @3600MX1ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
Blank or @3600MX5ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
Blank or @3600MX5ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
Blank or @3600MX10ALT3.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
Blank or @3600MX10ALT4.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM

* The TTL is the number of seconds before subsequent changes to the MX record go into effect. Once the MX records are configured correctly, we recommend changing the TTL value from 3600 to 86400, which tells servers across the Internet to check every 24 hours for updates to the MX record instead of every hour. Learn more

Priorities

The Priority column shows the relative priorities of the Google mail servers. Mail is delivered to the server with the highest priority first. A lower number has higher priority: for example ‘1’ has higher priority than ’10’. If for some reason a server isn’t available, mail is delivered to the server with the next highest priority, and so on down the list. Priority values don’t have to be exactly like those shown in the table. And in fact, different domain hosts have different systems for setting MX record priority.

Regardless of your domain host’s system for indicating priority, ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM must be the top priority record.

If your domain host assigns priorities using numbers, choose the lowest number (highest priority) for ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM, as shown in the table above.  If your host uses some other method for assigning priority,  follow that method to designate ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM as the primary server. If your host allows only one MX record or doesn’t allow ranking, enter ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM as the only MX record.