signcode [options] filename
DESCRIPTIONDigitally sign an PE executable (CLR assembly, Win32 EXE or DLL) using an X.509 certificate and it's associated private key. The signature is compatible with Authenticode(r) and can be validated with chktrust (either on Windows or on any platform supported by Mono).
- -spc spcfile
- The Software Publisher File (spc) that contains the X.509 certificate chain used to digitally sign the PE executable.
- -v pvkfile
- The Private Key File (pvk) that contains the private key used to digitally sign the PE executable. This private key must match the public key inside the publisher X.509 certificate.
- -a md5 | sha1
- The hash algorithm used in the digital signature of the PE executable. The default algorithm is MD5.
- -$ individual | commercial
- Add information about the publisher, i.e. if the signature is generated by an individual or a commercial entity.
- -n description
- Add a textual description of the signed file.
- -i url
- Add a URL associated to the publisher or the signed file.
- -t url
- URL to a timestamp service to countersign the PE executable. Countersignature is required if you want the PE executable signature to be valid after the publisher certificate expires. The countersignature proves that the publisher had a valid (non-expired) certificate when the PE executable was signed.
- -tr #
- Number of retries to get a timestamp for the countersignature.
- -tw #
- Delay (in seconds) between the retries to get a timestamp for the countersignature.
- -k name
- CryptoAPI key container name (when not using -v).
- -p name
- CryptoAPI provider name (when not using -v).
- -y #
- CryptoAPI provider type (when not using -v or -p).
- -ky signature | exchange | #
- CryptoAPI key type (when not using -v).
- -r localMachine | currentUser
- CryptoAPI key location (when not using -v).
- -help, -h, -?, /?
- Display help about this tool.