Code Signing Certificate

When customers buy software from a store, the source of that software is evident. Customers know who published the software, and also see whether the package has been unsealed. These factors enable them to make decisions about what software to buy and how much to rely on those products.

Customers downloading applications signed with a Code Signing Certificate from your website can be confident that code comes from you and not been altered since its creation and signing. A Digital ID acts as virtual "shrink-wrap" for your software. If your code is tampered in any way, after it is signed, the digital signature will break and cautions customers that the code is not credible.

When customers download software signed with a Code Signing Certificate issued by eMudhra they can be assured of:

Content Source: End users can confirm that the software really comes from the publisher who signed it.

Content Integrity: End users can verify that the software has not been modified since it was signed.

Features of eMudhra Code Signing Certificate

  • Verifies publisher's identity
  • Creates a trusted sales outlet
  • Maintains content authenticity
  • Protects software from tampering
  • Improves customer confidence
  • Improves software downloads
  • Creates a trusted distribution outlet
  • Protects the integrity of software publisher
  • Compatible in Microsoft Environment

Benefits of Code Signing Certificate

Customer Confidence

Assurity that the Customers that you are trustworthy enough to do business with.

Ease of Use

Code signing certificates are easy to use in conjunction with the vendor software tools that developers use to create products, macros and objects.

Authenticity

After downloading, end users can be sure that the code they obtained really came from you, helping you preserve your business reputation and intellectual property. Digital ID's allow customers to identify the author of digitally signed code and contact them should an issue or query arise.

Widely Supported

Compatible with all major formats, including Microsoft Authenticode (including kernel-mode signing), Adobe Air, Apple applications and plug-ins, Java, MS Office Macro and VBA, Mozilla object files and Microsoft Silverlight applications.