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OpenOpcSignTool - An open-source implementation of VsixSignTool.

  •    CSharp

OpenVsixSignTool ("OVST") is an open-source implemention of VsixSignTool to digitally sign VSIX packages. It offers a number of benefits, such as easily using certificates from hardware tokens, HSMs, etc by allowing any certificate from the Certificate Store to be used instead of a PFX.

SignService - Code Signing service and Client for Authenticode, NuGet, VSIX, and more.

  •    CSharp

This project aims to make it easier to integrate Authenticode signing into a CI process by providing a secured API for submitting artifacts to be signed by a code signing cert held on the server. It uses Azure AD and Azure Key Vault's HSM for security. The system is designed to support multiple certificates belonging to different users. Many organizations may only have a single certificate, and thus will have a single user service account and a single vault. You may have multiple service accounts configured to the same vault as well for granular auditing.

SignService - Code Signing service and Client for Authenticode, NuGet, VSIX, and more.

  •    CSharp

This project aims to make it easier to integrate Authenticode signing into a CI process by providing a secured API for submitting artifacts to be signed by a code signing cert held on the server. It uses Azure AD and Azure Key Vault's HSM for security. It is part of the .NET Foundation, and operates under their code of conduct. It is licensed under MIT (an OSI approved license). The system is designed to support multiple certificates belonging to different users. Many organizations may only have a single certificate, and thus will have a single user service account and a single vault. You may have multiple service accounts configured to the same vault as well for granular auditing.