You’ll be able to check the authenticity of a document you’ve downloaded from a SORGA passport.
The test you’re about to perform here is carried out ‘locally’. In other words, no information will be sent to our server, or to any other.

You can also take this test on Keeex.me, our partner’s official website.

To begin with, we invite you to check :

  • The file you’ve downloaded from a SORGA passport: this file has a tamper-proof fingerprint that you can read with the verifier to reveal the author’s digital signature, the date this fingerprint was recorded on the original file, the blockchain elements linked to this recording, and so on.
  • Another random file you have on your computer or phone to compare the result of the file authentication step

Ainsi vous pouvez vĂ©rifier le bon fonctionnement de la procĂ©dure d’authentification.

To understand the technology used (blockchain):
Please find here some explanations.

All you need to know about verification and authenticity:.

Authenticity

Document authenticity, is defined internationally (standard ISO15489) as the ownership of a document “which can prove that it is what it claims to be, that it was created or sent by the person who claims to have created or sent it, and that it was created or sent on the date claimed”.

File “non-keeexed”: the file has no recognized fingerprint.

The document you have submitted for authenticity checking, is not recognized as having been registered with its tamper-proof fingerprint.

Unmodified file

The document you have submitted for authenticity checking, is well recognized: its fingerprint is present and this check confirms that the document has not been modified since the “system date” of registration.

Signatory

This is the organization that digitally signed the document you submitted for authenticity checking.
If this organization has used an unencrypted digital signature for its blockchain anchors, you’ll see it here.
If not, the pseudonymous signature can be verified via links offered on the various search engines.This is the organization that digitally signed the document you submitted for authenticity checking.
If this organization has used an unencrypted digital signature for its blockchain anchors, you’ll see it here.
If not, the pseudonymous signature can be verified via links offered on the various search engines.

Unique file identifier (IDX – file fingerprint)

This is the unique identifier of your document, if the document is indeed authenticated.
This identifier is a HASH (*) of the authenticated document, which makes it possible to verify that the verified document is indeed consistent with its original.
(*) Explanation of the HASH.

“System date at keeexage”: day and time the file’s fingerprint was saved.

Date and time the document was submitted for authentication.

L’empreinte inclus l’identification de l’auteur de l’enregistrement, la date et l’heure ainsi qu’un algorithme d’intĂ©gritĂ© du document. Ainsi, toute modification (PDF photoshopĂ©, vidĂ©o coupĂ©e, photo retouchĂ©e) aprĂšs son enregistrement rendra le document non conforme Ă  l’original.