Discussion in 'Application Software' started by wilenty, Nov 24, 2021.
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Because it is the only one that can stop the WinDefend service in Windows 11. I can, of course, throw in the x86 version. I put the developer certificate in my own thread, which is currently moderated anyway and I have no idea if it will be allowed.
Signing applications with a developer certificate has several advantages and importance for the application development and distribution process. The most important of the advantages:
Authenticity: signing an app with a developer certificate provides assurance that the app was created by a specific developer or company. Users can trust an application that is signed by a trusted source
Security: A developer certificate allows users to verify the integrity and authenticity of an application. Users receive assurance that the application has not been modified or tampered with by third parties before distribution.