Questions tagged [authenticode]

Microsoft Authenticode is a signing technology used to apply digital signatures to software. It is used to provide author information and prevent modification of executables, including drivers.

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Transferring Microsoft SmartScreen reputation to renewed certificate

I know that even a software signed with a new code signing certificate triggers Microsoft Defender SmartScreen warning: Windows Defender SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from starting The ...
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Can I sign with two Code Signing certs to build reputation on the newer one?

I recently acquired a Microsoft Authenticode Code-signing certificate as a new certificate using an identical name to another one which will expire soon. Obviously, the new certificate has no ...
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Are all fields of the PE certificate directory hashed during authenticode signing?

In a Windows portable executable (PE) file the certificate directory points to an offset to a WIN_CERTIFICATE structure. My understanding is that while the field is named bCertificate, it actually ...