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authenticate

(1) To verify (guarantee) the identity of a person or company. To ensure that the individual or organization is really who it says it is. See authentication, digital certificate and CAPTCHA.

(2) To verify (guarantee) that data has not been altered. See message integrity and data integrity.
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Under the hi-tech digital service, the transactions authenticated transactions processed online will bear electronic signatures and seals.
The Apostille Convention removes the requirement for authenticated documents to undergo another authentication by the Embassy or Consulate of the country of destination that is also a State Party to the Convention.
The head of the state authenticated the budget at his Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban (Parliament complex) office at about 3:10 o'clock Thursday afternoon, reports BSS.
"In earlier elections, it used to take months to collect such authenticated election data from all the ROs (Returning Officers).
In the same manner, public documents executed in Apostille member countries and territories (except Austria, Finland, Germany and Greece) which will be used in the Philippines no longer have to be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate General once Apostillized.
HEC has authenticated the NAB DG Lahore's degree, the spokesperson added.
Judge Elmo Alameda of Makati Regional Trial Court Branch 150 ordered the executives of GMA Network News TV to produce the "duly authenticated copy"of a GMA News report published in 2011.
In January, regulators said that all exchange-linked accounts should be authenticated using customers' real names and social security numbers.
BEIRUT: Soldiers in the Lebanese Army who applied for a promotion with fraudulently authenticated diplomas led Army Intelligence to uncover a network of Lebanese private universities that are selling forged degrees.
deed or mortgage, lease or encumbrance containing the description of the property covered by said title, and on file with the Register of Deeds, or an authenticated copy thereof indicating that its original had been registered; and
This suggests that Declan did not consider his initials to have authenticated the writing as a testamentary document.
Finally, Deuba won as the President authenticated the ordinance paving the way for holding the National Assembly election.