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Signing a XPI

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Signing a XPI
Signing a XPI
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NeedsHelp, Extensions, Add-ons, XPInstall, NeedsMarkupWork, "MDC Project", "Code snippets"
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n47      An easier way is to copy everything from your new directorin47      An easier way is to copy everything from your new directori
>es C:\Apps\nss-3.11.4\ and C:\Apps\nspr-4.6\ including the sub di>es C:\Apps\nss-3.11.4\ and C:\Apps\nspr-4.6\ including sub direct
>rectories to the same directory - fx C:\Apps\CodeSigning\ - and t>ories to the same directory - fx C:\Apps\CodeSigning\ - and then 
>hen run every command from that.>run every command from that.
t240      The cheapest universally supported (Mozilla, Java, Microsoft240      The cheapest universally supported (Mozilla, Java, Microsof
>t) certificate seems to be the Comodo Instant-SSL offering. You c>t) certificate seems to be the Comodo Instant-SSL offering. You c
>an get a <strong>free certificate for open-source developers</str>an get a <strong>free certificate for open-source developers</str
>ong> from <a class=" external" href="http://www.certum.eu/certum/>ong> from <a class=" external" href="http://www.certum.eu/certum/
>cert,offer_software_publisher.xml" title="http://www.certum.eu/ce>cert,offer_software_publisher.xml" title="http://www.certum.eu/ce
>rtum/cert,offer_software_publisher.xml">Unizeto Certum</a>, a Cer>rtum/cert,offer_software_publisher.xml">Unizeto Certum</a>, in 20
>tum Level III CA.>10 it is a Certum Level III CA.

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