I'm in the process of selling a compiled bot to the general consumer market and as I'm going over the last minute nuts and bolts I've come across the option of code signing my bots when they install. I read about the benefits here.
Code signing does two things: it confirms who the author of the software is and proves that the code has not been altered or tampered with after it was signed. Both are extremely important for building trust from customers and safely distributing your software.
So here's two questions I'm hoping UBotters will consider weighing in on:
1) By digitally signing your compiled bots (the application itself and the installer) would that mean there would be LESS issues with Norton Anti-Virus and Windows 10 security for customers?
2) Is this overkill or does it really build that extra level of trust?
Curious what you all think.