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Other Entities 

NDS Members:



 Member Server Configuration


 Quad Core (Server Class) or Higher


 16 GB


 SVGA colour monitor

 Hard Disk

 200 GB

 Software Requirement :

 Operating System

 Microsoft Windows 2012 Standard 64 Bit

 .Net Framework

 Framework 4.7.2 or Above


 IBM Websphere MQ Server Version (64 bit)

 IBM Websphere MQ Server Version 9.0. (64 bit)


 Class 3 System Certificate (SHA2) in .pem and .cer file format issued by IDRBT


 Dealer Workstation Configuration


 Intel Core i3 or Higher


 4GB or above


 SVGA colour monitor  (1366x768)

 Hard Disk

 200 GB

 Software Requirement :

 Operating System

 Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 32 or 64 Bit

 .Net Framework

 Framework 4.7.2 or Above

 Packages / Patch

  •  Microsoft Office Excel 2010 or above
  •  XPS Services (Add from Windows Feature)
  •  XPS Viewer (Add from Windows Feature)
  •  Arial Regular Font


Other Entities:

These entities can participate in the internet based Triparty Repo dealing system through Secured Socket Layer (SSL) whereby the data flowing from and to CCIL will be encrypted / decrypted. The transactions of the members are verified and validated through Digital Certificate. The members are required to have the following in place:
i) Microsoft Internet Explorer (Version  10 or higher) and the screen should be set to 1024 by 768 pixel resolution; and 
ii) Digital Certificate: The process for obtaining Digital Certificate is as under: 
A digital signature functions for electronic documents like a handwritten signature does for printed documents. The signature is an unforgeable piece of data that asserts that a named person wrote or otherwise agreed to the document to which the signature is attached. 

A digital signature actually provides a greater degree of security than a handwritten signature. The recipient of a digitally signed message can verify both that the message originated from the person whose signature is attached and that the message has not been altered either intentionally or accidentally since it was signed. Furthermore, secure digital signatures cannot be repudiated; the signer of a document cannot later disown it by claiming the signature was forged.  

In other words, digital signatures enable "authentication" of digital messages, assuring the recipient of a digital message of both the identity of the sender and the integrity of the message. 

The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, originally developed by Netscape, has become the universal standard on the Web for authenticating Web sites to Web browser users, and for encrypting communications between browser users and Web servers. Because SSL is built into all major browsers and Web servers, simply installing a digital certificate, or Server ID, enables SSL capabilities.

SSL server authentication allows users to confirm a Web server's identity. SSL-enabled client software, such as a Web browser, can automatically check that a server's certificate and public ID are valid and have been issued by a certificate authority (CA) - such as SafeScrypt - listed in the client software's list of trusted CAs. SSL server authentication is vital for secure e-commerce transactions in which users, for example, are sending credit card numbers over the Web and first want to verify the receiving server's identity.

An encrypted SSL connection requires all information sent between a client and a server to be encrypted by the sending software and decrypted by the receiving software, protecting private information from interception over the Internet. In addition, all data sent over an encrypted SSL connection is protected with a mechanism for detecting tampering - that is, for automatically determining whether the data has been altered in transit. This means that users can confidently send private data, such as credit card numbers, to a Web site, trusting that SSL keeps it private and confidential.

How to Obtain Digital Certificate?

The Internet Front End for Triparty Repo Trading System requires the use of Digital Certificates. Members are required to obtain their individual user digital certificate from any of the below mentioned CA of their choice and communicate the certificate details to Clearcorp in the shared template for mapping the same in the application.


List of configured CA are

  • 1. IDRBT
  • 2. SafeScrypt
  • 3. e-Mudhra
  • 4. Capricom
  • 5. (n)Code



  • Further details on completion of the documentation for obtaining Digital Certificate will be provided on completion of the membership formalities A Certificate Applicant may contact the following personnel from CCIL for the same.
  • Information Technology Dept        
  • CCIL Bhavan,

College Lane, off S K Bole Road,

Dadar (West),
Mumbai - 400 028

Tel. No. 61546200  


Broadly, the information required for issuance of the digital certificates is as follows:

Sr. No.

Information Required


Application in prescribed format


Information about the organization seeking digital certificate, such as Name, address of head office, number of branches, (if applicable), etc.


Nomination of given individual to act as a organization contact by competent authority within the organization


Brief about the said individual nominated as an organization contact


Undertaking by organization contact in prescribed format


Details of the applicant (end user) of digital certificate


Proof of identification of the applicants’ organization.


Proof of identification of the end user, such as I card issued by organization, PAN card, driving license, passport, etc.

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