Trusted Identification using a Certificate Authority (CA)

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Trusted identification using a certificate authority (CA):

With code signing, the public key used should be traceable to a trusted root authority, preferably using a secure public key infrastructure (PKI). This doesn’t very the code itself is trusted, only that it originates from the stated source or more explicitly, from a particular private key.

Given the above, what is the role of a Certificate Authority (CA)?

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