OTP SMS Signature
OTP SMS signature is based on a one-time-password code, generated from the hash of the document to be signed, and sent to the signatory’s smartphone via text message. The verification code generated by Viafirma is a random algorithm used for the content of the document to be signed (hash), proving that this OTP code relates to a specific document
Example of setup for this kind of evidence:
During the signing process, the signatory will receive the following instructions:
SMS code to be entered:
Once signed, the evidence will be displayed as follows:
Information collected during the signing process that can be viewed from the document if the option “Add public link to evidence” is enabled in the evidence:
This information will be available at all times from the platform.
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Is OTP SMS legally binding?
Should you have any questions, please contact us to: firstname.lastname@example.org