Designed to meet industry standards such as CableLabs™ DOCSIS BPI+ and CableLabs™ OpenCable™ security requirements, Certicom CodeSign can also be used to generate generic digital signatures for a wide range of code files. Digital signatures can be time-stamped with custom signing times, allowing you to more effectively manage the deploymentof signed code by controlling when a device should accept signed firmware.

Easy to Use

Certicom CodeSign can be called from a makefile to allow clean integration with system builds. It can also be used with digital certificate toolkits such as Security Builder® PKI™ to provide a complete package to secure delivery of firmware and code updates to your customer's equipment.


To ensure interoperability, Certicom CodeSign can be used to sign firmware that needs to adhere to IETF standards, including PKCS #7 SignedData and X.509 v3. CodeSign is also compliant with industry standards such as DOCSIS1.1/2.0 BPI+ and OpenCable security requirements and supports Suite B.

Reduces Costs

The introduction of Certicom CodeSign eliminates the requirement to create a custom system to sign code and firmware updates. CodeSign is a commercially supported and updated product that allows you to focus on your core competency.