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    whom to contact, symbiansigned?

    Tried to send email to symbiansigned@symbian.org, but failed -- see below.

    whom do I contact for symbiansigned issues? thanks!


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    Re: whom to contact, symbiansigned?

    if you have general queries, you should just post them here.

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    Re: whom to contact, symbiansigned?

    Quote Originally Posted by symbianyucca View Post
    if you have general queries, you should just post them here.
    thanks for the fast reply.
    The problem is our freeware app is packed by others without authorization and get singed...

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    Re: whom to contact, symbiansigned?

    That should not be generally possible, unless the application is modified, i.e. the UIDs etc. has been changed, thus do check again whether the application is indeed symbian signed, or whether it is self-signed.

    You can use the signsis application on command line for inspecting the certificate on it, and if it is indeed symbian signed the publicer ID owner used for signing should also be shown in the results.

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    Re: whom to contact, symbiansigned?

    yes, maybe it is used our sis as embed sis, they add three exes , and the publisher id shown is theirs.
    I have both the sis files on my computer and i want to send to symbiansigned for further support on how to deal with problems like this.

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    Re: whom to contact, symbiansigned?

    You should really not need to be using word maybe, if you want to accuse somebody on violating your rights, and you think that symbian signed should be involved, you must get your facts strait, thus please check the certificate information, make sure it is symbian signed, and then see what is inside the sis really, so you can be certain that you are not making false accusations on somebody.

    Also, I woul suggest contacting the party whom you think has violated your rights, to see what they have to say on the issue. And after you get your facts strait, and have proof that it is indeed a situation where somebody has willingly used a work that you have all rights, then, do send an email to symbian.signed@nokia.com, anyway, I strongly suggest that you first do your investigation, so you do know all facts there and get them right.

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