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Query on Code signing certificate for Kernel mode drivers

raphel_johnraphel_john Member Posts: 14


We are procuring code signing certificate for signing User mode and Kernel Mode (32/64 bit device drivers) Software for all Windows OS version.

**Target Platform : ** Windows 7, 8, 10 , Windows Server 2012, Server 2016 and Server 2019

Code signing certificates can be based on SHA1 or SHA256 standard.
As per information from net, SHA256 need to be used for code signing and SHA1 will be obsolete .

We are targeting all Windows platform starting with Windows 7.
Please advise which Code signing Certificate to take i.e. SHA1 or SHA256?



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