April 5th, 2009, 01:36 PM
Driver signing under 32-bit XP and Vista
I've developed a kernel-mode driver for 32-bit XP and Vista.
The proper way is to sign the package now, but I'm just stumbled over the variety of options.
As I understand, to sign my driver package I need a valid certificate. It's possible to buy one, e.g. from VeriSign for 99$.
But prior to buying a certificate, I would like to ask people who did driver signing -- is it necessary to buy a certificate for 32-bit systems, or there's e.g. a way to generate it locally or other legal way to obtain it for free?
Last edited by filatovev; April 5th, 2009 at 01:38 PM.
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