Microsoft Authenticode/Office-VBA Code Signing Certificate Guide

Enrollment for Microsoft Authenticode/Office-VBA Code Signing is a fairly simple process unlike Java Code signing. But there are some steps that need to be explained and remembered in order to have a successful enrollment, and certificate pickup. Microsoft Authenticode/Office-VBA Code Signing is used to Digitally sign 32-bit or 64-bit user-mode (.exe, .cab, .dll, .ocx, .msi, .xpi, and .xap files) and windows kernel-mode software. As well as digitally sign Microsoft Office VBA objects, macros, and third-party applications using VBA. Here is a list of things to be aware of when enrolling for Microsoft Authenticode/Office-VBA Code Signing: Certificate creation for Microsoft Authenticode/Office-VBA Code Signing is conducted in your browser during enrollment. Depending  on the code signing product you will be advised on the enrollment requires, […]

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Java Code Signing Certificate Guide

Getting a Java Code Signing is more of a manual process compared to Microsoft Authenticode/Office-VBA Code Signing. Java Code Signing is used for signing  Java applications for desktops, digitally sign .jar files and Netscape Object Signing. Recognized by Java Runtime Environment (JRE). The following instructions are a supplemental guide into generating and configuring a keystore necessary for Java Code Signing. If you have not already done so, you will need to download the Java Software Development Kit (SDK) from Oracle. If you have any questions or assistance in implementing the Java SDK for best support contact Oracle. Unlike other types of code signing in order to get a Java Code Singing  Certificate you will need to use the keytool utility to create  and configure […]

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