We are often asked the following question: how can the authenticity of a CATAS test report be verified?
The answer is simple: by checking its digital signature.
CATAS introduced the digital signature of its test reports in 2006 and its use gradually increased until 2019, the year in which CATAS decided to no longer issue paper test reports with handwritten signature.
A test report that has been digitally signed has references to the digital signature and the signer at the bottom of it. But these references are not enough to ensure the authenticity of the document (read more
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