Code & Driver Signing Certificate

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Code Signing CertificateMost Popular

$ 199.99

Per Year
  • Validates and secures your code
  • Eliminates security warnings
  • Protects with high-grade SHA-2 encryption
  • Includes free malware scanner

Driver Signing Certificate

$ 199.99

Per Year
  • Required for all Microsoft® hardware drivers
  • Validates and secures your code
  • Eliminates security warnings
  • Provides high-grade SHA-2 encryption
  • Reinforces security with cross-certificate validation
  • Includes free malware scanner

Code Signing Certificate Features

A Code or Driver Signing Certificate makes it easy to protect your code and your customers from harm.

Encrypted

Your code will be encrypted with the same industry-standard encryption used for SSL certificates.

Trusted

Act as a digital 'safety seal' to show customers that your code has not been tampered with in any way.

Ownership

Your name or your company's name will be prominently displayed during download and installation.

Versatile

Compatible with several types of files and languages, .exe, .cab, .dll, and more.

Verified

A time-stamp that shows the last time your code went through the verification process.

Extra Security*

Additional verification through Microsoft via a cross-certificate validation.

* Included with the Driver Signing Certificate

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Frequently Asked Questions about Code Signing Certificates

What is a Code Signing Certificate?

A Code Signing Certificate is a digital signature placed on software and other executable files and scripts. Code Signing Certificate proves the identity of software authors and validates that the software hasn’t been tampered with since its original distribution. Code Signing Certificate doesn’t alter the software, it just adds an additional layer of security to re-assure your users.

For more information, see What are Code Signing and Driver Signing certificates?

Who needs a Code Signing Certificate?

Anyone who distributes software or code online. Code Signing Certificates give you the proof you need to validate your code and provide a digital signature to your end users.

Additionally, you can digitally sign software components, macros, firmware images, virus updates, configuration files, or other types of content for secure delivery over the Internet.

How does someone know they can trust my signature?

Code Signing Certificate adds a digital signature to your code, preventing unnecessary warning dialogues when end users attempt to run the signed application or executable file.

What do I need to do after I purchase a Code Signing Certificate?

After you purchase a Code Signing Certificate, you need to provide a certificate signing request (CSR) from the computer that is signing the code. Depending on the use of the certificate, you can create the CSR automatically, or you can use a tool like OpenSSL to generate the CSR.

After you submit your request, we verify the company information you supplied. The Registration Authority (RA) might contact you to provide additional information if required. You can monitor the validation process through your account.

Once the Code Signing Certificate is issued, we’ll send you an email with a link to download and install the certificate file and any associated intermediate certificates.

You can even time-stamp your signature block using Authenticode to show the validity of your certificate at the time the code was signed.

For more information, see Requesting a Code Signing Certificate.