Opvizor using CodeNotary integrity for Snapwatcher latest release

Just last week Opvizor released the latest version of Snapwatcher. Instead of signing it with a digital certificate, Opvizor decided to use CodeNotary for integrity verification. Like other software vendors, Opvizor grew tired of paying $500 for a digital certificate to sign a low price range product. Just a few days before, in an interview with […]

The Distributed Ledger Technology at the Center of the Code Signing Disruption

Ever since the software industry witnessed the introduction of code signing, software users have learned to rely on digital certificates and GPG to verify the integrity and identity of software. Little questions were raised concerning the security of the certificates and GPG themselves. The “severe” scrutiny of the software publisher by the certificate authority and […]

Stop paying for code signing certificates again with CodeNotary

Quite a bold statement you might wonder. But that is our goal for all non-commercial projects. The whole certificate authority industry likes to make money on the back of non-commercial projects. They typically lure you into a free code signing certificate for 1 to 3 years and then there comes payday. If you don’t go […]

The granularity of Digital Certificates

We all know how painful, cumbersome and complex a process it is to obtain a digital certificate to sign your code (both binaries and source code). The Certificate Authorities have had over 20 years to create a customer-friendly process to obtain and manage certificates, but they didn’t. Most software publishers, therefore, obtain one or two […]

Avoid the Digital and Code Signing Certificates’ Journey of Pain

Moshe and Dennis co-founded vChain, the company that created CodeNotary </>, out of their frustration with digital and code signing certificates.  As most people reading this blog post will surely agree, digital certificates are a constant source of pain and hassle. Why do we need to sign our code with a digital certificate? The process […]

vChain, the global standard for enabling high-integrity, verifiable software distribution, opens its European research and development center in Vienna.

vChain offers a de-centralized trust verification platform for software publishers enabling businesses for the first time to authoritatively assert the provenance of the software they use for their mission critical applications. Moshe Bar, CEO of vChain visiting the Vienna office today, said “Our solution is changing forever the way vendors and businesses manage software. vChain […]