Code Signing - Apple OS X

  • Firma digitale delle applicazioni per desktop Apple

  • Mostra ai Tuoi clienti che il Tuo codice e i Tuoi contenuti sono sicuri da scaricare

DigiCert Code Signing- Apple OS X consente di firmare tutti i tipi di software per Mac OS X e dei suoi aggiornamenti. Utilizzando il codice certificato di firma per il codice garantisce agli utenti che provengono da una fonte attendibile e non è stato modificato da quando sono stati firmati.
In pratica, questo significa che non ci appare alcun messaggio di avviso ogni volta che si esegue l'aggiornamento dell'applicazione.
Usa il codice firma Apple OS X per firmare il software per:
  • Dimostrare la propria identità e rendere gli utenti si fidano vostri prodotti;
  • Dare la garanzia che il software non è stato modificato dopo la firma del certificato;
  • Mostra utenti che il software è sicuro per scaricare e installarli;
  • Proteggi il tuo marchio;
  • Evitare le finestre di dialogo di conferma fastidiosi.
DigiCert Code Signing certificati di firma sono molto popolari e di fiducia da un largo ha squillato di clienti e le industrie. Scoprite quanto si può guadagnare da DigiCert Code Signing- Apple OS X.

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