My employer wants to create a jpeg image of my signature and have me afix it to electronic documents. I am a bit concerned about signing documents in this fashion. Anyone could take the image and attach it to any other document, etc. Is there anyway to make this image uncopyable after I afix it? If not, what is the best way to make a signature secure?
What kind of documents are you trying to "sign"? If it's something that can be converted and distributed as PDF, you can use a "real" digital signature (which can actually include an image of your scanned
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