Code Signing Certificates
Enable Trust for Program Files Downloaded or Updated Across the Internet
Signing your code enables the receiving party to validate the identity of the code’s author and to know for a fact that this code is bit-for-bit identical to how it was when signed.
Available in Extended Validation and Organization Validation authentication levels, code signing prevents warning messages in popular operating systems and helps end-users be confident they’re getting the real thing before they download and install programs.
S/MIME Email Certificates
Enable Encrypted Email and Allow Recipients to Verify Sender
Email certificates enable encrypted email and allow recipients to verify the true email address of the sender. These certificates help protect your online identity against use in email spoofing attacks and prevent unwanted third parties from reading the contents of your email.
Document Signing Certificates
Use a Secure Digital Key to Certify the Identity of the Author on a Digital Document or Message
Document signing certificates provide trusted assurance of authentication for electronically transmitted documents by validating author and document. Digital certificates give customers confidence that the received documents originate from the recognized source and have not been forged or tampered with.
Certification originates from the Adobe Certified Document Services (CDS) or the Certificate Authorities that are members of the Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL). Certification attests that the signer has been verified by Adobe for compliance to its requirements and that the certificate is on the protected hardware