Part 2 of My Adventure of Getting a Code Signing Certificate

Last year, it was quite a pain to get a code signing certificate, I blogged about it, if you remember. This week, I wanted to renew my certificate. Turns out, they want to do me all the things I did last year again. Hell no. I'd rather publish my files from now on without certificate.

four comments, already:

I can recommend StartSSL, which I mentioned in previous post.
Ondrej () - 03 04 16 - 10:26

But they aren’t recognized by Microsoft as CA for code signing apps, right?
niko - 04 04 16 - 06:19

It even works on windows xp sp3 or for code signing on Win 8×64. Try checking our windows installer on .
Ondrej - 12 04 16 - 06:18

I meant driver code signing with cross certificate.
Ondrej - 12 04 16 - 06:19

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