Show customers they can trust your code by securing it with a unique digital signature

As an independent developer or programmer, your code is your reputation. If your release is hacked, infected, or altered in any way, customers won't trust you enough to give you a second chance. Protect yourself, your customers and your good name with the rock-solid security of a code or driver signing certificate.

Our Code Signing Certificates:

  • Authenticate the source and integrity of your code.
  • Eliminate "Unidentified Publisher" warnings.
  • Inspire confidence from users by showing them your code is trustworthy.
  • Digitally sign software objects, device drivers, configuration files, macros, and more.
Our Driver Signing Certificates:
  • Approve your software for use on Windows® operating systems. A driver signing certificate is required for all hardware drivers, Windows Vista or later.
  • Authenticate the source and integrity of your hardware driver code.
  • Eliminate "Unidentified Publisher" warnings.
  • Inspire confidence from users by showing them your code is trustworthy.
  • Digitally sign software objects, device drivers, configuration files, macros, and more.

Driver Signing Certificate

Show customers they can trust your code by securing it with a unique digital signature.

  • Required for all Microsoft® hardware drivers, Windows Vista® or later
  • Validates and secures your code
  • Eliminates security warnings during download and installation
  • Provides high-grade SHA-2 encryption
  • Reinforces security with cross-certificate validation
  • Includes free malware scanner
$199.99 / per year

Code Signing Certificate

Show customers they can trust your code by securing it with a unique digital signature.

  • Validates and secures your code
  • Eliminates security warnings during download and installation
  • Protects with high-grade SHA-2 encryption
  • Includes free malware scanner
$215.99 / per year

Both certificates:

  • Secure your software with the same industry-standard encryption used for SSL Certificates, making it impossible for others to alter your code.
  • Act as a digital 'safety seal' to show customers that your code has not been tampered with in any way.
  • Display your name or your company's name, instead of "Unidentified Publisher," during download and installation, so customers know you're a legitimate developer.
  • Work with several types of files and languages, including .EXE, .CAB, .DLL, .OCX, Java, HTML, ActiveX, even Microsoft® Office Macros and any other file types that support digital signatures.
  • Include time-stamps so users know that your code went through the verification process, even if you allow the certificate to expire.