DigiCert Code Signing Certificate
Code Signing your released software will help prevent malicious tampering while increasing trust and usage. DigiCert Code Signing Certificates is the easiest way to sign your software.
32-bit or 64-bit
DigiCert Code Signing Certificate to Secure your Software
Code Signing Certificates are used by developers to digitally sign software and code. The signature will ensure the code has not been modified since signing. This ensures that the users of the application know there is not any malicious code being injected.
Not only will it have your software verified and signed. It will also contain your business name. So when your application is launched, your users will know exactly where it came from and who created it.
You don't want your users to get an alert when they launch your application, saying the app is from an unknown developer. Now it will present your name to the user, so they know to trust it and run it.
If you're releasing your software onto a platform, you're going to need to ensure you will safeguard their customers' data. By signing your software you are showing your commitment to their safety.
The partners, channels and platforms that distribute your software expect you to safeguard their customers' data. Signing software shows your commitment to their safety and is often a contractual requirement.
To ensure your software continues to work without issue, and the digital signature to continue to be valid. Your signed software will also contain a timestamp of the signing. This ensures your digital signature even after your Certificate has expired.
|Security||This certificate digitally signs code with 32-bit or 64-bit portable executable including .cab, .exe, .dll, .csx, and kernel mode software.|