I can't seem to find an answer to this seemingly simple question. Say, on Windows, if I have a binary file:
How can I tell if it was signed with an extended validation (EV) code-signing certificate?
Say, the file above, being a
Windows driver on a 64-bit Windows 10 has to have an EV signature to be able to load. So I can't seem to find anything in its properties that can indicate that it's an EV:
And since the OS can clearly tell the difference between EV and OV cert, how does it know?