Definicja client certificate (BC-SEC)
A digital document that is used to identify a user or system component.
Client certificates contain the public part of a user's public-key information and are used for authentication and for verifying digital signatures.
A Certification Authority guarantees the certificate owner's identity and approves or issues the certificate to the user.
Client certificates are based on the X.509 format, which is an Internet standard developed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
For more information, see the ITU at http://www.itu.int.
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