• What is a Certified Document and when should you use it?

    I found this article on the Adobe Security Matters website, What is a Certified Document and when should you use it? For those who need to certify documents, you may find it interesting. As a quick summary, it states that here are two frequent use cases for Certified Documents: Publishing files and want the recipients to know that the files

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  • What is a Certified Document and when should you use it?

    I found this article on the Adobe Security Matters website, What is a Certified Document and when should you use it? For those who need to certify documents, you may find it interesting. As a quick summary, it states that here are two frequent use cases for Certified Documents: Publishing files and want the recipients to know that the files

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  • Code Signing: Best Practices

    The biggest issue with code signing is the protection of the private signing key associated with the code signing certificate. If the key gets compromised, then your certificate is worthless. A compromised key may also jeopardizethe software that you have already signed. Here are some best practices for code signing: 1. Minimize access to private keys Computers with keys should

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