Code Signing Certificates - Secure Delivery of Code and Content to Browsers

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thawte's Code Signing certificate confirms publisher details and content integrity of downloadable code. It is strongly recommended for any publisher who plans to distribute code or content over the Internet or corporate extranets. Find out how your signature is verified and how customers can confidently and safely download applets, plug-ins, or macros from your site.

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