JamesJ

After using SignTool.exe to sign my console application, then I use Secutil.exe to see the hexadecimal representation of the certificate.

and gives me an error : Assembly not Authenticode signed

the command I used like this :

secutil.exe -hex -x c:\myconsole.exe

and I did sign a strong name to the myconsole.exe.....

I think it would be SingTool. but everything looks good, and it gives me a successful message.

anyone could help me

James



Re: Visual C# General SecUtil.exe with error: Assembly not Authenticode signed

Peter Ritchie

sn.exe is use to strongly-name-sign an assembly.






Re: Visual C# General SecUtil.exe with error: Assembly not Authenticode signed

Fábio

You must first create a Strong-Named assembly by creating a key file and assining it to the assembly






Re: Visual C# General SecUtil.exe with error: Assembly not Authenticode signed

JamesJ

Yes. I did sign a strong name to my application before I hook up the certificate with my assembly.





Re: Visual C# General SecUtil.exe with error: Assembly not Authenticode signed

Karthikeya Pavan Kumar .B

Check if the Certificate you used is issued by trusted issuers (as established by the local user and machine certificate stores)






Re: Visual C# General SecUtil.exe with error: Assembly not Authenticode signed

JamesJ

Thanks for your guys help. I finally worked out. I went the property of myconsole.exe, and check the digital signature tab. Then install the certificate again.

Somehow, it works.

Anyway, thank you gain.

James