Tag Archives: Adobe

Should You Use SHA-2?

December 11, 2012 by Bruce Morton     1 Comment

A common question we receive from certificate customers: should we ask Entrust to sign our certificate with a signature using the SHA-2 hashing algorithm?

Adobe Code-Signing Certificate Compromised

October 3, 2012 by Bruce Morton     No Comments

Adobe announced they received two malicious utilities signed by a valid Adobe code-signing certificate. The code-signing certificate was compromised though an attack on their code-signing system. The code-signing certificate will be revoked on October 4, 2012, and will impact all code being signed after July 12, 2012. A supporting security advisory has been issued. The [Read More...]

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

August 3, 2012 by Bruce Morton     No Comments

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 [Read More...]

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

August 1, 2012 by Bruce Morton     No Comments

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 [Read More...]

How to Digitally Sign Code

June 18, 2012 by Bruce Morton     No Comments

Various application platforms support code-signing and provide different tools to perform the signing. Here is a list of the more common code-signing types and references as to where you can find guides for the given application. Adobe AIR Adobe – Digitally signing an AIR file Apple Mac OS X Developer Library – Code Signing and [Read More...]