The following functions are used to handle the certificates:
Signing a file allows you to check later that the file has not been modified or altered since it was signed. The signature also enables you to check the identity of the issuer.
Loads a certificate from a file or from a buffer.
Returns the list of certificates available on the computer.
type is used to handle:
- the certificates used to sign the strings or the files.
- the certificates used to sign the emails.
Creates the signature of a character string.
Opens the Windows window used to find out the properties of a certificate.
Extracts a certificate from a signature buffer or from a print duplicate.
Creates the signature of a file. This signature can be stored in a Buffer variable or in a text file.
Checks the signature of a duplicate.
Checks the correspondence between a signature and a string.
Checks the correspondence between a signature and a file. The signature was kept as an external file.
Checks the correspondence between a signature and a file. The signature was kept as a Buffer variable.
Signs an executable file with a certificate.
Opens a window for selecting the certificates. The listed certificates are the certificates installed in the personal store.