Jersey City, NJ, August 10, 2011 - Comodo, a leading certificate authority and Internet security organization, today announced that it will provide code signing services to the Intel AppUpSM developer program. Comodo will offer fully subsidized one-year Code Signing Certificates to the Intel AppUp developer program community to address the program requirement that all Windows-based applications (.MSI, .JAR and .AIR) be signed by a Certification Authority (CA).
Code Signing Certificates issued by commercial CAs, are widely used over the Internet to provide authentication of the software publisher and to ensure end users that the software has not been corrupted or tampered with.
"We are delighted to have been selected as the provider of code signing services to the Intel AppUp developer program," said James Langman, Comodo vice president business development. "Developers for the Intel AppUpSM center can now take advantage of this fantastic offer and add further authenticity and security to their applications."
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