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Microsoft cross certificate
Name: Microsoft cross certificate
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This information describes how to obtain and use cross-certificates for code-signing kernel-mode binary files for Microsoft Windows. The cross-certificates that are provided here are used with the Windows Driver Kit (WDK) code-signing tools for properly signing kernel-mode.
Cross certification enables entities in one public key infrastructure (PKI) to trust entities in another PKI. This mutual trust relationship is typically supported by a cross-certification agreement between the certification authorities (CAs) in each PKI. A cross-certificate is an X certificate issued by a CA that signs the public key for the root certificate of another CA.
Cross-certificates allow. Cross-signing describes a process where a driver is signed with a certificate issued by a Certificate Authority (CA) that is trusted by Microsoft. You will also need a cross certificate, which is provided by Microsoft.
Suppose you have obtained a pair of files from Verisign: a private key file. V3 Cross Certificate. CN, Cross-Certificate-Pair. Ldap-Display-Name, crossCertificatePair. Size, -. Update Privilege, -. Update Frequency, -. Cross-signed drivers are still permitted if any of the following are true: Authenticode certificate used together with Microsoft's cross-certificate for cross- signing.
This information describes how to obtain and use cross-certificates for code- signing kernel-mode binary files for Microsoft Windows. Downloading the Code Signing Cross-Certificate Microsoft states, "To install on Windows 10, , 8, and 7, your driver package can have a single SHA1. bit versions of Microsoft Windows drivers require Kernel Mode Microsoft cross certificate which is located at the bottom of the page labeled.