FIPS 201-certified Server-based Certificate Validation Protocol

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Why use Ascertia’s

Designed as a key part of Ascertia’s digital trust architecture, ADSS SCVP Server provides essential real-time validation for digital certificates.

ADSS Server-based Certificate Validation Protocol (SCVP) Server works across complex trust architectures. It meets US FIPS 201 certification and meets the RFC 5055 standard for full validation of electronic identification (e-ID) certificates. Additionally, it is certified for Path Discovery and Validation (PD-VAL) by the US Federal PKI (FPKI) and is the first SCVP product to meet the updated SHA-2 standards.

ADSS SCVP Server is a complete Validation Authority solution for delegated certificate path discovery and validation

ADSS Server Module Diagram

Key Benefits

  • Enhanced digital trust

    – ADSS SCVP Server is a dedicated server solution that establishes trust by business applications and simplifies the development of any applications that rely on PKIs.

  • Simple certificate checking

    – Our dedicated SCVP server does the complex job of checking certificates’ paths and validation. Our solution meets all current standards providing you peace of mind.

  • High availability and throughput

    – Easily link multiple servers together providing rapid real-time certificate checking and high throughput.

Our relationship with Ascertia has been a long-term trusted relationship. We’ve worked with Ascertia for quite a number of years. They are an incredible company with proven success internationally, in fact globally, and they have accreditations across industries and authorities. They are very agile and responsive, and we find agility and response to be something that’s really important in terms of working with our customers and partners to deliver the right solutions.

Michael Conway



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