DSC Token - Signing Journey

DSC Token - Signing Journey

Prerequisites for signing via Leegality using a DSC Token:-

  • Anyone of the following ports should be available for use by Leegality's DSC utility: 8009, 9800, 2048, 3900.

  • Java run-time environment (JRE) 1.6 or above to be installed on the local machine

  • The token driver should be installed and running as administrator

    You can download the same from here -
    https://app1.leegality.com/resources

  • Leegality's DSC Utility will support signing from the following Tokens, irrespective of the Certifying Authority (Indian or Foreign) has issued the same: Epass2003, Safenet, Aladdin, Watchdata, Trustkey, Mtoken, Moser Baer



Note: DSC Token signing is limited to PC only.


Checklist for DSC Token Signing

  1. Whether the token driver is installed;
  2. Whether the certificate exists in the token;
  3. Whether the password entered matches the password of the certificate; and
  4. Whether the certificate has not passed its expiry date.

DSC Token - Signing Journey

Step 1: After opening the signing link and clicking on proceed – Run the Leegality DSC utility.

Note: In case you do not have the same installed in your system, click on the link  in the signing journey to download the utility setup or  install the link provided in the prerequisites section




Step 2: Once the signing page recognizes the utility, check for the token driver error and run the same.



Link to various token drivers has been provided above in the ‘Prerequisites section


Step 3: Once the signer has successfully input the Device and the requisite utilities and drivers are running, a pop-up will appear highlighting the certificates contained in the token – select the relevant certificate and click on ‘OK’.



Do Note: In case, both the signature certificate and encryption certificate are reflected we need to choose a signature type certificate.


Step 4: Once Signer selects the certificate, the utility will recognize your DSC certificate details as shown below. 

Post successful detection of the certificate,the signer needs to click on proceed” 




Step 5: Check the consent Box and click on Sign Document




Step 6: After clicking on the sign button, a pop-up asking for the DSC-Token PIN will appear – Enter the Token PIN here and click on ‘Login’





Step 7: Upon correct input of the “PIN/ Password", the document will be signed





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