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Remote Utilities is now signed with the DigiCert Code Signing Certificate

11.24.2011

Remote Utilities is now signed with the DigiCert Code Signing Certificate

Remote Utilities installer files come digitally signed with Microsoft Authenticode® Technology and are verified by DigiCert Inc. DigiCert is one of the largest certificate authorities in the world with clients such as Facebook and AOL.

What does this certification mean for the end-user?

First: It authenticates the identity of the company that developed the code, in this case Usoris Systems LLC, and it ensures that the content has not been altered since the signature.

Second: DigiCert Code Signing reduces error messages and security warnings from the operating system. According to the DigiCert website:

“Customers running or installing software will be able to verify that it was issued by a trusted publisher.”

Now if the user receives a web-browser message when running the downloaded Remote Utilities file it will look like this:

Browser warning message

It says that the file has been digitally signed and comes from a trusted source (Publisher), verified by DigiCert Inc. Clicking on the company name link will reveal the certificate information.


DigiCert is a trademark of DigiCert, Inc. and is protected under the laws of the United States and other countries. Microsoft, Authenticode and other related marks are the trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.


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