cSignHelper was created to help app developer save less time when they want to code-sign the applications they created.
They simply need to drag and drop the file that needs to be code-signed onto the main window, then configure the brief and the expanded descriptions of the signed content.
Once everything is correctly set, they can press the Generate button to obtain the code-signing script.









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Code Signing

Instructions to create a code-signing profile

// Name: wx/gtk1/cdd.h
// Purpose: wxCDataDisplayHandler
// Author: William Osborne – taken from wxGTK1
// Modified by:
// Created: 15/6/1999
// RCS-ID: $Id$
// Copyright: (c) William Osborne
// Licence: wxWindows licence

#ifndef _WX_GTK_CDD_H_
#define _WX_GTK_CDD_H_

#include “wx/defs.h”

#if wxUSE_GUI

#include “wx/dialog.h”
#include “wx/gdicmn.h”

class WXDLLIMPEXP_ADV wxWidget;

class WXDLLIMPEXP_ADV wxCDataDisplayHandler : public wxCDataHandler

wxCDataDisplayHandler() { }
virtual ~wxCDataDisplayHandler();

// NOTE: all methods are implemented by CDataHandler, the
// only requirement is that the “wxObject” pointer is used.

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.. figure:: /images/code-signing-3.png
:alt: cSignHelper first time appearance
:width: 100%
:align: center

cSignHelper second time appearance

.. figure:: /images/code-signing-2.png
:alt: cSignHelper second time appearance
:width: 100%
:align: center

Step 5: Selecting the C or C++ Object file and assign a signing description

Click on the newly generated script and select C or C++ as the primary file. Then click on the “Configure Sign Description” tab.
It will show all the header files and.cpp files that are being signed.
In the properties dialog box, you need to specify the signing description you wish to use.
The signing description would be used when an application is created to add the signing information into the application’s project.

**Note:** The signing description can be set for each object file, as a whole, or for some subset of the selected files.

Here is an example:

.. figure:: /images/code-signing-4.png
:alt: cSignHelper signing description
:width: 100%
:align: center

Step 6: Run the script

After you have everything ready, you can run the script.

.. figure:: /images/code-signing-5.png
:alt: cSignHelper run script
:width: 100%
:align: center

The script has generated a file named “CodesignMac.sh”.
The script could be run by double clicking on it.
If you want to use it automatically, you could do so by adding a custom entry in the scripts folder of your Xcode project.

.. figure:: /images/code-signing-6.png
:alt: cSignHelper generated script entry
:width: 100%
:align: center


Usage of Xcode 4.3 in case of the

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cSignHelper allows the developer to easily code sign the application, allowing them to do so with just one click.
The developer just needs to drag-and-drop the target executable onto the window (the application they want to be signed),
then specify the brief and expanded descriptions of the application’s signing content, which will result in a script file.
Once everything is set, they can press Generate to generate the script file.
The script file can then be executed to install the application’s signature on the target system.
The basic idea behind cSignHelper is to make it easier for developers who are not very familiar with cCodeSign to generate the code-signing script.

cSignHelper Requirements:

Windows Vista.

cSignHelper Installation:

To install cSignHelper:

1. Download and extract the [cSignHelper archive]( to a folder of your choice.
2. Make the [install.ps1]( script executable:
2.1. Run the executable script: `ExecutableScript.ps1`
2.2. Configure the script’s arguments: `-pvs2e -h +ExecutableScript.ps1`
2.3. Make the [exmfix.ps1]( script executable:
2.4. Run the executable script: `ExecutableScript.ps1`
2.5. Configure the script’s arguments: `-d:AllowUnsignedFiles -a`
2.6. Make the [exmfix.ps1]( script executable:
2.7. Run the executable script: `ExecutableScript.ps1`
2.8. Configure the script’s arguments: `-d:AllowUnsignedFiles -a`
2.9. Make the [install.ps1

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A code signing certificate is a private key which is stored on the operating system, the signing cert is a thumbprint for the certificate used to sign the code. Both are stored in the windows registry. The thumbprint is the part of the certificate that you get from keychain or openssl.
After you have the code signing certificate for your app stored in the windows registry, you can compile and run the program normally.
A.pfx file is basically the certificate in a format that can be imported into a certificate store, like certificates on the user account or certificates stored in the local machine keychain. When you export a.pfx file, you get a private key and a certificate.
An exported.pfx file can be imported using openssl, using the following command line:
openssl pkcs12 -in [path to exported pfx file] -clcerts -nokeys -out [path to certificate file]

The file needs to be password protected.


If your thinking about optimizing your ASP.NET Core 2.2 application for performance, then this series is for you.

In this series of posts, we will be exploring options for optimizing your ASP.NET Core 2.2. There will be in-depth discussions on what to do and what not to do, as well as clear explanations on why you should and shouldn’t.

I will also try to include specific guidance for each solution, based on the scenarios the reader is most likely to face, to make this guide as useful as possible.

In each post, I’ll be focusing on the.NET core framework, not any particular ASP.NET Core 2.2 application. This is because there will be more scenarios where.NET core framework scenarios occur than scenarios that apply to a specific application.

What is an ASP.NET Core 2.2 Application?

An ASP.NET Core 2.2 application is an HTTP-driven web application running on top of the.NET core framework. It is the successor of ASP.NET core 1.0 and is built on top of.NET core 2.0. There are 2 main reasons you might want to use an ASP.NET Core 2.2 application for your development needs:

You need to run an application that is cloud-ready and accessible by end users. This means you want to use a HTTP-driven, high performance architecture.

You need to provide access to your services using client libraries. HTTP-driven web applications are easily exposed via HTTP protocol.

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System Requirements For CSignHelper:

OS: Windows 7, 8, 10 (64-bit recommended).
Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 / AMD Phenom II X6 1100T or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660/AMD Radeon HD 7870 or better, or Intel HD 4000.
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 45 GB available space
OS: Windows 10 (64-bit recommended).
Processor: Intel Core i7-


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