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    [moved] how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    I want to develop a tool on windows,
    this tool can parser the sis file,
    but now I can't know whether the sis file is signed or not,
    if anybody know,tell me .
    Thanks!

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    Re: how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    May be this document may help you: Symbian OS v9.X - SIS File Format Specification

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    Re: how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    sorry,I have studied this document,
    but I get nothing about signature which is useful for me,
    I will be crazy...

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    Re: how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    You can:
    a) rely on the SDK tools and process their output ("signsis -o" returns the signature info)
    b) study the OpenSSL library and see how it can help
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    Re: [moved] how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    Thank you very much!
    I will studied this document continue,
    may be,I ignored something!!

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    Re: [moved] how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    the file format is so disgusting!!!

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    Re: [moved] how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    Section 4.3 of the documentation covers the signatures for the controllers.
    Download Symbian OS now! [url]http://developer.symbian.org[/url]

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    Re: [moved] how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    Quote Originally Posted by daboluo0525 View Post
    I want to develop a tool on windows,
    this tool can parser the sis file,
    but now I can't know whether the sis file is signed or not,
    if anybody know,tell me .
    Thanks!

    SIS is signed or not can be verified and the details of the certificate like valididty:

    createsis dump XXXX.SISX gives the details .
    Regards
    Kamal :)
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    Re: [moved] how to know whether the sis file is signed?

    Quote Originally Posted by kamaljaiswal View Post
    SIS is signed or not can be verified and the details of the certificate like valididty:

    createsis dump XXXX.SISX gives the details .
    I need to do this to use a C++ application,
    now ,I know something about this problem,
    because the most of sis file are compressed,
    I must compress the file at first because that document
    introduces the file structure about umcompressed.

    Thanks all!

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