Code Signing - Apple OS X

  • Firma digital de las aplicaciones de escritorio de Apple

  • Muestra a tus clientes que pueden descargar tu código y contenidos sin peligro

DigiCert Code Signing- Apple OS X le permite firmar todo tipo de software de Mac OS X y sus actualizaciones. El uso de certificado de firma de código para el código garantiza a los usuarios que vienen de una fuente de confianza y no se ha modificado desde que se firmó.
En la práctica, esto significa que no aparecerá ningún mensaje de advertencia cada vez que se ejecuta la actualización de la aplicación.
Usar firma de código de Apple OS X para firmar software para:
  •  Probar su identidad y hacer que los usuarios confían en sus productos;
  • Dar seguridad de que el software no ha sido modificado después de firmar el certificado;
  • Mostrar a los usuarios de que el software es seguro para descargar e instalar;
  • Proteger su marca;
  • Evitar molestos diálogos de confirmación.
DigiCert Code Signing certificados de firma son muy populares y la confianza de una amplia sonó de clientes e industrias. Averiguar la cantidad que puede obtener de DigiCert Code Signing- Apple OS X.

Más información

Descargue un archivo pdf con información detallada sobre los productos de este grupo.


Otros certificados Code Signing:

Sectigo Code Signing €137,54
DigiCert Code Signing - Mozilla €348,17
DigiCert Code Signing - OTHER €371,40

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