Category: Certificates

Sign your PowerShell scripts with a code signing certificate

Prerequisite is -> you need an issued and world or domain-trusted code signing certificate. Read more about how to issue a code signing certificate (CSR) and how to issue one using your in house Certification Authority Let’s start a PowerShell Console as admin – then use this command to list available code signing certificates: Get-ChildItem…

Issue a code signing certificate using your in house Windows Certification Authority

Prerequisites Active Directory with Certification Authority installed and configured. Your workstation should be domain-joined. Well, you could issue a code signing certificate on your CA and export the root certificate plus the code signing certificate and later import it in your local certificate store, but that’s another story which i won’t cover in this article….

Enable Code Signing template on your Certification Authority

Open the Certification Authority Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, and then select your issuing CA. When connected, right-click Certificate Templates, and then click New. in Enable Certificate Templates, select Code Signing Click on OK

Protect your IIS HTTPS Web Site with a Let’s Encrypt Certificate

In these days no web site should run on http but instead on httpS. a certificate can be easily requested and issued by the Let’s Encrypt Certificate Authority. What you need is a ACME (Automatic Certificate Management Environment) Client. A list of ACME clients is published and regularly updated on the let’s encrypt web page:…