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Digital signatures require the:

A.
signer to have a public key and the receiver to have a private key.

B.
signer to have a private key and the receiver to have a public key.

C.
signer and receiver to have a public key.

D.
signer and receiver to have a private key.

Explanation:
Digital signatures are intended to verify to a recipient the integrity of the data and the identity of the
sender. The digital signature standard is a public key algorithm. This requires the signer to have a
private key and the receiver to have a public key.

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