1.Secure your software with the same industry-standard encryption used for SSL Certificates, making it impossible for others to alter your code.
2. Act as a digital 'safety seal' to show customers that your code has not been tampered with in any way.
3. Display your name or your company's name, instead of ``Unidentified Publisher,`` during download and installation, so customers know you're a legitimate developer.
4. Work with several types of files and languages, including .EXE, .CAB, .DLL, .OCX, Java, HTML, ActiveX, even Microsoft® Office Macros and any other file types that
5.support digital signatures.
6.Include time-stamps so users know that your code went through the verification process, even if you allow the certificate to expire.