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Published on October 22nd, 2009

Use Comodo Code Signing Certificates as a “virtual shrinkwrap” to assure your customers that your software is the real deal, and hasn’t been altered or corrupted. Find out more here.

Comodo Code Signing Certificates provide assurance to customers of downloaded software that the program really comes from the publisher who signed it, and if it has been altered or corrupted since it was signed.

Active X controls, Java Applets and other software distributed through the Internet should all be signed with a Code Signing Certificate.

Coupled with Microsoft Authenticode Technology, Comodo Code Signing Certificates are a virtual shrinkwrap for your downloaded software products, providing vital information to customers at the time they are deciding to install your software.

Windows warning messages to users at the time of installation cautioning against the installation of unsigned software can destroy user confidence in a product right at the outset, and harm a software publisher’s reputation.

Commercial software publishers, as well as any company or organization that publishes and distributes software over the Internet should sign all of their software with a Comodo Code Signing Certificate.

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September 17, 2012

6:11 am

Comodo is free..it protects your ctpoumer..why pay 70$ for Norton or whatever when Comodo is free and protects you way better then Norton Mcafee all other Av out Keep up …

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