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Created: hamishwillee (07 Jan 2011)
Last edited: hamishwillee (08 May 2013)

The Symbian platform uses a platform-wide security model and tamper-proof application signing to make it hard for malicious or badly-written software to harm the user, or to spread to other devices.

During development, most Python developers will not even need to think about platform security or application signing! The Application Packager automatically creates a self-signed installation file that can be used by the vast majority of Python applications during development. Prior to distribution you may choose to have the application Symbian Signed in order to remove "trust warnings" on installation and to make it eligible for distribution through app stores.

Platform security and Signing for Python developers are discussed in detail in the Python on Symbian book:

Developers should also read:

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