Most SSL certificates are capable of strong encryption (128-bit or higher), however, certain older browsers and operating systems cannot step-up to 128-bit encryption unless an SSL certificate with SGC technology is used. As these (very) old browsers are not commonly found this type of SSL certificate is now considered “specialised”.
Easy online distribution has made it possible for developers to create fun and functional code, anywhere and everywhere. However, the potential for fraud and the spread of malicious code has increased as well. With a Code Signing Certificate, your code will be as safe and trustworthy to customers as shrink-wrapped software from a store shelf.