Revocation of Digital Signature Certificate.
A Certifying Authority may repudiate a Digital Signature Certificate gave by it –
Where the supporter or some other individual approved by him makes a solicitation with that impact, or
Upon the passing of the endorser, or
Upon the disintegration of the firm or ending up of the organization where the supporter is a firm or an organization.
- A Certifying Authority may renounce a Digital Signature Certificate which has been given by it whenever, on the off chance that it is of assessment that –
- A material certainty addressed in the Digital Signature Certificate is bogus or has been disguised.
- A prerequisite for issuance of the Digital Signature Certificate was not fulfilled.
- The Certifying Authority’s private key or security framework was undermined in a way substantially influencing the Digital Signature Certificate’s unwavering quality.
- The supporter has been proclaimed ruined or dead or where an endorser is a firm or an organization, which has been broken down, injury up or in any case stopped to exist.
- A Digital Signature Certificate will not be denied except if the supporter has been offered a chance of being heard in the matter.
- On repudiation of a Digital Signature Certificate under this segment, the Certifying Authority will impart something similar to the supporter.