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With the recent Authenticode apocalypse, it's no longer possible to code sign Windows 7 and 8.1 drivers yourself; instead you have to go through Microsoft's hardware portal in one way or another, whether it's WHQL via HCK or Win10 attestation or otherwise. There seem to be workable avenues for drivers on Windows 7 and 8.1 for x86 and amd64. But it seems that Windows 8.1 on arm32 has been left out in the cold? There's no Windows 10 arm32 platform available for attestation or certification, which means the hardware platform won't provide signatures there. And Authenticode has now expired, so Authenticode can't be used to sign Windows 8.1 arm32 drivers. That's an unfortunate gap...
Anyone else run into this issue and have a good solution? Alternatively, is there a strong argument for dropping the platform?
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