[prMac.com] Rochester, New York – Tim Parnell is excited to announce the latest version of ExeWrapper 1.2.0 for macOS. Available today, the latest version of ExeWrapper focuses on simplicity and power. This version is jam packed with so many improvements it’s basically a major update.
ExeWrapper is a tool for batch code signing Windows executables from macOS. Features like secure certificate password storage on the macOS Keychain, drag & drop file management, and one click signing make packing deliverables easier than ever.
The code signing process has been improved to skip signed executables, making ExeWrapper safer to use for beginners. The signing window has been redesigned to be easier to understand, and now optionally offers progress updates with macOS notifications.
For the pros several new functions are now available including signature verification, extraction, and removal tools. Logging is now persistent, and can be found in-app or accessed directly as a text file. A new option to disable signature timestamping, though not recommended, allows ExeWrapper to function in an entirely offline environment.
Automation functions have also been improved in this release. ExeWrapper can now automatically select which timestamp server to use based on the certificate issuer. The function for determining files to sign will no longer skip .sys files.
Code signing from macOS means there’s no need to dual boot into another operating system. Stop fumbling with VMs to find the one with the right configuration. ExeWrapper makes it easy to code sign your Windows software.ExeWrapper 1.2.0
Based in Rochester, New York, Tim Parnell has been making software since his high-school career 2007. Tim has worked on several popular products, including Answers, MacDust, and cloud screenshot software. Now, a software development consultant with a background in customer service Tim is making software for Mac and Windows users alike. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2019 Tim Parnell. All Rights Reserved. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.