Codesigning Windows standalones under Mac OS X - a simple and free gui for osslsigncode

J. Landman Gay jacque at
Mon Mar 26 15:16:11 EDT 2018

I've passed this info on to my client who has a Windows cert, she's very 
happy about it. And she is going to test the original Windows app you 
created too, she just hasn't got to it yet.

Thanks for your work on this Matthias, it's a very nice addition to our 
LC toolbox.

On 3/25/18 4:22 AM, Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode wrote:
> Hi,
> a few days ago i posted some instructions for how to code sign Windows programs under Mac OS X with osslsigncode. Unfortunately osslsigncode must be run from shell and signing more than 1 at a time might be complicated.
> Therefore i´ve created a free little tool called WinSignHelper, which is  a simple gui for osslsigncode. Just drag a folder containing your Windows standalone to the program window of WinSignHelper and it does the rest for you. It scans the folder and its subfolders for .exe and .dll files and creates and executes the needed shell commands.
> You´ll need a version of osslsigncode installed on your Mac. Instructions how to install osslsigncode can be found in the help of WinSignHelper.
> WinSignHelper supports SHA1, SHA256 and dual signatures (SHA1 and SHA256) signatures.
> You´ll find more information about WinSignHelper at <>.
> Hope it´s useful for the one or the other of the list. Please read the quickstart guide before using it. You’ll find the quickstart guide at <> or in the help section of WinSignHelper
> Regards,
> Matthias
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