Jungo Connectivity‘s professional services unit provides a Code Signing Certification (Digital Driver Signing) service to WinDriver and DriverCore customers.
The driver signing is performed by professional Jungo Connectivity engineers in the company’s dedicated lab, relieving customers of the expense and stress of in-house digital signing.

Why do I need a Digital Signature?

  • It is required for Microsoft Hardware Certification.
  • It is required when installing kernel drivers on 64-bit Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista platforms.
  • A digital signature will eliminate the “Program Compatibility Assistant” and “Windows Security” popups.

Beginning with the release of Windows 10, all new Windows 10 kernel mode drivers must be submitted to and digitally signed by the Windows Hardware Developer Center Dashboard portal.  Windows 10 will not load new kernel mode drivers which are not signed by the portal.
The portal will only accept driver submissions, including both kernel and user mode driver submissions, that have a valid Extended Validation (“EV”) Code Signing Certificate.
All drivers running on 64-bit versions of Windows must be signed before Windows will load them. In order to sign a driver, a certificate is required. For a public release you must sign your driver with a certificate issued by a trusted root authority.

What do we offer?

  • Digital signing of your device INF file
  • When renaming the windrvr6.sys driver module — digital signing of your 32- and 64-bit distribution packages, including the renamed WinDriver SYS and INF files

The files are signed with a DigiCert EV (Extended Validation) digital signature.