Signing Windows Delphi Applications

FireMonkey apps for iOS and Android are automatically signed during the deployment process in Delphi – this is especially important for iOS apps and was therefore implemented in the Delphi IDE.

For Windows applications (no matter if 32 or 64 bit) there is no signature option in Delphi. This might lead to many Delphi apps being distributed unsigned. However, this is no longer recommended for Windows 10 or later, because the “SmartScreen-Filter” introduced with Windows 10 blocks “untrusted” applications by default. An unsigned application (EXE) is per se “untrustworthy”, because its origin cannot be verified.

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