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As you all know, Microsoft is going to soon end the support for root certificates that have kernel mode signing capabilities in 2-3 months :
But i found another article that seems to suggest that some CAs will continue to work, some up to 2025 :
To add to the confusion, companies like DigiCert are still selling code signing EV and non EV certificates that based on their claim, will work for up to 3 years, even tho Microsoft says they will no longer support it in 2 months? https://www.digicert.com/order/order-1.php
Can someone clarify this? Basically if i want to purchase a code signing EV or non EV certificate right now for signing kernel drivers that works for at least 1 year or more, without going through Microsoft Hardware Dev Center program, what are my options right now? will all of them stop working in 2-3 months or..?
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