A Code Signing Certificate is a digital certificate that contains information that fully identifies an entity and is issued by a Certificate Authority, such as GlobalSign. The digital certificate is marked for the specific use of digitally signed code (in PKI this is referred to as Key Usage). When a digital signature is applied, a timestamp is also recorded. This time‐stamping feature acts to ensure the signed code remains valid even after the digital certificate expires.
Intermediate Certificates help complete a "Chain of Trust" from your SSL or client certificate to GlobalSign's root certificate.
The Standard Code Signing Certificates and EV Code Signing Certificates should automatically install the intermediate certificate on the USB token. If this does not happen you can use the links below to download the Standard Code Signing Intermediate or the EV Code Signing Intermediate.