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zackrspv

[UNRESOLVED] Code Signing

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Hello,

I was wondering if it is possibly to digitially sign the code we compile so that we can, perhaps, make it more acceptable to our IT staff and customers. As we are creating code that changes some of the fundamental ways that our programs run, as well as fix DLL/OCX files that we use, we want to show clients that we are the actually authors of the code by signing it.

however, is that possible, or even supported with autoit scripts (compiled that is)?

Thanks!

Edited by zackrspv

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