Mac Developer: Practical Windows Code and Driver Signing
Practical Windows Code and Driver Signing: "A lot of this information can be verified in official Microsoft documentation found on MSDN, and I will try to cite the official documentation when needed. The authoritative documents on kernel-mode code signing are kmsigning.doc and KMCS_walkthrough.doc. These are pretty good resources, but they are from 2007 and thus contain no information about Windows 7, Windows 8, or SHA-2. Also, their scope is more limited than the scope of this document because they don't talk about signing executables. Therefore, a lot of the things I say here are actually conclusions that I have drawn from my own experiments. When I am telling you something that I determined experimentally, I will use phrases like 'it seems like' or 'in my experience'. When my experiments contradict the official documentation I will say so."
Terrific guide to code signing in Windows environment. Better bone up because WinObjC is here and works great.
Labels: authenticode, codesigning