The terms electronic signature and digital signature are often used as synonyms but they are actually quite different. The main difference is that a digital signature is typically used for authentication and is essentially an invisible code that is controlled by a certification authority, while an eSignature is often associated with the traditional hand-drawn signature.
While the digital signature is a kind of electronic signature, they are distinct. A digital signature is a more secure version. You cannot tamper with it. In addition, it encrypts the document to embed the information permanently.
On the other hand, an electronic signature is very similar to a digitised handwritten signature. However, this signature gets verification from the signer's identity, like phone PIN, email, and more. The key differences are:
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