With increasingly active content on the internet, end users require a method of verifying the legitimacy of downloadable web content.
Code signing is a digital signature placed on software and other executable files and scripts. Code signatures prove the identity of software authors and validates that the software hasn't been tampered with since its original distribution.
Code signs don't alter the software – it's just an added layer of assurance for your end users.
When software is purchased online, it's easy to tell who published the software – and if the package was tampered with. As a result, end users take on a certain amount of risk when downloading Java applets, plugins, Microsoft® ActiveX® controls, and other executables over the Internet.
Code Signing Certificates help inspire the same level of trust in your software that customers would have if they purchased your software in a store.

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