Code signing systems

Posted by VISITOR on Dec 14, 2005 5:19 PM EDT
Free Software Magazine; By Saqib Ali
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This article looks at the management of the private key for the Software Publishing Certificate (SPC). SPCs are used to digitally sign binaries that are produced by software development vendors. Digitally signing executables proves the identity of the software vendor and guarantees that the code has not been altered or corrupted since it was created and signed. Signing the code requires access to the SPC and the Private Key (PVK) associated with the SPC.

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