Microsoft VBA Code Signing Certificates

Microsoft VBA Code Signing Certificates allow you to sign VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) projects and Office Macros. When you sign your VBA code using a Microsoft Office Code Signing Certificate, your users will know that it comes from a trusted source (you) and that it hasn’t been tampered with since you signed it. This means that your users won’t see a security alert stating that your VBA Macro should not be trusted:

Instead, when a VBA Code Signing certificate is used, your macro will display who published it and allow the user to trust all macros signed by you:

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24/7 Customer Support by Chat, Phone, and E-mail Full refund within 30 days of issuance 4.9
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$499.00
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Customer Support by E-mail, Phone Monday to Friday 8 AM to 8 PM EST Full refund within 30 days of issuance 4.7
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24/7 Customer Support by Chat, Phone, and E-mail Full refund within 30 days of issuance 4.6
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24/7 Customer Support by Chat, Phone, and E-mail Full refund within 30 days of issuance 3.4
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Provider Rating 4.9
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Year Founded 2003 1994 1998 1995
Headquarters Lehi, Utah, USA Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Roseland, New Jersey, USA Lehi, Utah, USA
Issuance Speed Within 1 day after all documentation is received 1 day Less than 2 days 2-4 business days
Support Options 24/7 Customer Support by Chat, Phone, and E-mail Customer Support by E-mail, Phone Monday to Friday 8 AM to 8 PM EST 24/7 Customer Support by Chat, Phone, and E-mail 24/7 Customer Support by Chat, Phone, and E-mail
Refund Policy Full refund within 30 days of issuance Full refund within 30 days of issuance Full refund within 30 days of issuance Full refund within 30 days of issuance
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Product Name DigiCert's Code Signing Entrust's Code Signing Sectigo's Code Signing Certificate Symantec's Code Signing Certificate
Price For 1 Year $499.00 $299.00 $179.00 $499.00

Supports Windows Authenticode Signing
Yes Yes Yes Yes

Supports Apple OS X Signing
Yes Yes Yes Yes

Supports Microsoft Office VBA Signing
Yes Yes Yes Yes

Supports Sun Java Signing
Yes Yes Yes Yes

Supports Adobe Air Signing
Yes Yes Yes Yes

Supports Windows Vista x64 Kernel Mode Signing
Yes No No Yes
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More about Microsoft VBA Code Signing Certificates

By using a Microsoft VBA Code Signing Certificate to sign your macros you:

  • Prove your identity to your users so they are more likely to trust it
  • Ensure that the macro can’t be modified afterwards
  • Show your users that the macro is safe to download and install
  • Protect your brand
  • Avoid annoying confirmation dialogs

Because VBA Code Signing Certificates need to be issued by a trusted certificate authority, you will need to purchase one from one of the providers listed above. Use the comparison chart above to find out which VBA Code Signing Certificate will best meet your needs and provide the greatest value. You can compare prices, compatibility, provider reviews and ratings, support, and other features. Make sure to select VBA/Microsoft Office as the certificate type so that the provider generates the certificate in the appropriate format. To learn more about code read What is Code Signing? or Signing a VBA Project.

 

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