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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005782||SUMo||New Feature||public||2019-12-15 04:55||2019-12-15 10:54|
|Platform||Windows||OS||Windows 10 Home||OS Version||1909|
|Target Version||Long term|
|Summary||0005782: 'Company' could fall back to name provided in digital signature for program if otherwise missing|
|Description||I have a few applications provided by various vendors where SuMo does not identify a company for the program.|
While I could report each application in turn, I noticed while looking at them that each of these programs has a digital signature, where the subject already contains the creator.
In my opinion, it would be a good idea for SuMo to fall back to the Common Name from the subject of the signer certificate if one is available.
Two examples of programs which SuMo shows with no name, but where a name can be automatically derived with a PowerShell one-liner (and therefore hopefully also be accessible by whatever language your programs use):
> (Get-AuthenticodeSignature "C:\Program Files (x86)\Acer\Care Center\CareCenter.exe").SignerCertificate.Subject
CN=Acer Incorporated, O=Acer Incorporated, L=New Taipei, S=New Taipei, C=TW
> (Get-AuthenticodeSignature "C:\Program Files\Yubico\YubiKey Manager\ykman-gui.exe").SignerCertificate.Subject
CN=Yubico AB, O=Yubico AB, L=Stockholm, S=Stockholms län, C=SE
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