And the second one… from the digital signing topic…

Didier Stevens

Signtool.exe is the default Windows development tool to add a digital signature (Authenticode) to Windows executables (PE files). This howto shows you how to use signtool. You’ll need to create your own certificate and key (or buy one) to sign code.

To obtain signtool, download the platform SDK or the .NET SDK.

I use signtool in my makefile with command line options to automatically sign compiled code, but in this howto, I’ll show the interactive use.

First we will install the certificate with key we’ll use to sign code. Double-click the file and let the wizard do its work with the default option:

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Because the wizard will also install the root CA certificate found in the PKCS12 file, it will ask you if you trust it.

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It is not necessary to install this root CA certificate for code signing purposes, but if you don’t, signtool will not…

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I am interested in Android and Web development, Open Street Map editing and looking for new things connected to the maps and spatial data. I enjoy making stuff and understanding how the stuff works. I can code in many programming languages and I am really having fun of it. When having free time I am taking care of my apps and write some content on my blog. I enjoy the countryside, which is giving me opportunities for photography. My favourite motto from Albert Einstein is: "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."

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