Script Signing Add-On for PowerGUI Script Editor

With this add-on you can:

  • Digitally sign any signable PowerShell file
  • Test the signature on any signed PowerShell file and view its details
  • Select a default script signing certificate from a list of valid code signing certificates
  • Automatically save files when you sign them
  • Configure which certificates to include in the signatures that are applied to files you sign
  • Optionally specify a timestamp server to be used when signing your files (recommended)

Read more about PowerGUI Script Editor add-ons in Kirk’s blog here.

You can download the add-on here, unzip it in the modules folder (our add-ons are just PowerShell modules!) and then select it in the File / PowerShell Libraries menu.

1 Response to “Script Signing Add-On for PowerGUI Script Editor”


  1. 1 Rick Sheikh June 16, 2010 at 2:17 pm

    That’s awesome. Now that script signing is at your fingertips, there should be no reason to not have “AllSigned” execution policy enforced via Group Policy in your environment.


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