I'm quite new to the cryptography field, and I'm trying to understand a few things:
binwalk on Linux to analyse
Minecraft.msi, and I found multiple certificates in the
.msi See below:
I'm wondering why there are there multiple (4 here) certificates in the
I thought that these days all software would be signed, and that we would use the root certificate store and intermediate certificate on our computer to verify that the software we install/run is signed by something we trust.
So in my understanding, only one certificate would be required in the
Minecraft.msi and we verify it with our own certificate's store.
Am I wrong?