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The list of test categories can be found at Certification Test Reference. This seems to go into the right direction. Recently Windows 10 does not recognize my valid signatures. eindows
It only took about one single day until the SmartScreen filter did pick it up and not warn about it anymore. Sign up using Facebook. The code cannot simply authentivode signed, it also needs to be “cross-signed” with a certificate provided by Microsoft.
Unauthorized reproduction expressly prohibited. I’ve seen that my current certificate is SHA You may also leave feedback directly on GitHub.
This section demonstrates how to sign code by creating digital signatures and associating them with files using Authenticode technology. Our new feedback system is built on GitHub Issues. I’ve found a MSDN blog article back from that seems to talk about something similar as I discover, but I still cannot see whether this really applies.
Authenticode also verifies that the software has not been tampered with since it was signed and published. The certificate is typically part of a chain of such certificates, ultimately referenced to a well-known CA such as VeriSign. In that case, you have to use your own judgement as to whether the software you downloaded is genuine, authenticose well as whether the developer is trustworthy. What looks a bit strange to me is that the root certificate “thawte” still uses SHA So I’m now having a Thawte Authenticode code signing certificate and a DigiCert Authenticode code signing certificate.
Authenticode is a Microsoft code-signing technology windkws identifies the publisher of Authenticode-signed software.
For Windows Vista bit and Windows 7 the signing process has changed. I’ve signed on Windows Server R2 with the same behaviour. As user GSerg pointed outthe reason for the error in my initial question was that I’m using SHA-1 autheenticode which is ” deprecated ” by Microsoft since By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
You can also tell whether software on your hard drive has been digitally signed or not by right-clicking the file in Windows Explorer and clicking Properties.
Sorry, I’ve no idea, I saw this link on the Inno Setup history page and thought it was relevant. The linked TechNet article talks about dual signing to overcome this. I’m using it in some setups already. Authwnticode section lists required files, briefly discusses the X.