signMsg(msg, privKey) 🡒 signature
verifyMsgSignature(msg, signature, pubKey) 🡒 valid / invalid
Sha256RSA
for its digital certificate. Nevertheless, the trend in the last decade is to move from RSA and DSA to elliptic curve-based signatures (like ECDSA and EdDSA). Modern cryptographers and developers prefer ECC signatures for their shorter key length, shorter signature, higher security (for the same key length) and better performance.secp256k1
), private key (random integer within the curve key length - for signing messages) and public key (EC point, calculated from the private key by multiplying it to the curve generator point - for verifying signatures). The ECDSA sign / verify process works as follows:Sha256ECDSA
signature scheme.