SHA-256 orders additionally use the R1-R3 Cross Certificate – default March 31, 2014 & after. (The R1-R3 Cross Certificate will need to be installed on the signing computer but not specified as an additional Certificate during the signing procedure)
Important SignTool Options:
/ac Specify an Additional Certificate.
/f Specify the signing Certificate in a file.
/p Specify the password for the signing Certificate.
/fd Specify the file digest algorithm used in creating file signatures.
E.g. /fd sha256 to place a SHA256 signature (SHA1 is default).
/n "Certificate Common Name" Specifies the Certificate to sign the file from your Windows Certificate Store using the Certificate common name.
/t Specify a Microsoft Authenticode compatible time stamp server.
/tr Specify an RFC 3161 compliant trusted time stamp server.
You can watch the video below for a tutorial.
Or, you can check the step by step guidelines below.
In order for your driver to install successfully, the following file types in your project must be signed:
You can either sign these files out of a working directory, or you can place them in your Windows SDK\bin folder.
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