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Beyond the desktop: True security for code in a mobile world.
Authenticate that your Adobe AIR content is safe to download. Comply with adobe requirements.
Your keys: Stored in the cloud. Secured by the best. Right where you can see them, 24/7.
Code signing for more platforms, with no additional resources. In no time.
Protection for your apps that safeguards your reputation and your customer base.
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Approved for Adobe code signing standards required for all AIR-based applications
Secure hash algorithm SHA-1 and SHA 2 options
Digitally sign .air or .airi files
Free time-stamping provides instant validation and reduces upkeep for code
Protect your business against major financial losses and brand damage with simplified, no-worry code signing visibility, agility, and security.
Inability to keep track of all keys makes business and consumers vulnerable
Complexity and difficulty of internally developing code signing security processes and controls creates significant risk
Shared keys among many developers moves them out of reach of the organization’s visibility and control
"When we were managing SSL certificates ad-hoc, we had delays as long as two weeks to get an SSL certificate. With DigiCert,we get them in minutes now. It’s a one-stop shop for managing, requesting, renewing, and revoking certificates on demand."
David Nalley, Infrastructure