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Last week I came across this link:
It suggests that as of April 2021 the notion of cross-signing certs will no longer be supported. Instead, all signing will be performed by Microsoft. As we all know, currently, the process involves signing a binary locally with our own cert, then uploading the file to Microsoft's portal where it gets a second signature from Microsoft. During the initial portal setup, we have to sign a test binary with our local cert, but that local cert is never directly given to Microsoft.
Does anyone know how all of this will work after April 2021? I recently renewed my cert for 3 years but was able to get the cert provider to issue a partial refund for 2 years worth. They told me "Microsoft has not yet disclosed how this will work, but it won't involve a cert from us". Is that true?
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