What is Code Signing?

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Code signing is a digital signature that ensures that software on devices and computers is trusted and unmodified. Code signing is used to sign scripts and executables – it confirms the software author and guarantees the code has not been altered since it was signed.

Code signing and code signing software are most commonly used to provide security when deploying software, such as installing and updating applications on your computer, smart phone, tablet or home appliances.

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