Digitally sign dll?

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The instructions below are to digitally sign certificates but require you to purchase the certs online. Is there a way I can self sign a dll? The goal is to get that digital certificate tab to show so I can use a publisher rule within AppLocker

http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/03/microsoft-digital-signatures/
snyderkvAsked:
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n2fcCommented:
You used to need a program called MakeCert.exe...
How to:
https://redmondmag.com/articles/2015/01/16/create-a-self-signed-certificate.aspx
The article also shows how to download the SDK that contains MakeCert...

With Windows 8.1 (or newer) or Server2012 R2 (or newer) you can use PowerShell directly to do this...
This alleviates the need to obtain MakeCert...

See the following article for a step-by-step:
http://windowsitpro.com/blog/creating-self-signed-certificates-powershell

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snyderkvAuthor Commented:
Thanks n2fc, we can't download at work and we run Win7 ;( but maybe I'll download at home and burn

Unless I can use a 2008R2 server with the specific dll from Windows7 copied to it and then run the PowerShell commands? I'd imagine I would need to import that into the Win7 store afterword's?
LeeTutorretiredCommented:
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n2fcCommented:
Questioner never reported back on whether he tried the recommendation, the results, or any problems with the solution!

Why does that imply a bad solution?
snyderkvAuthor Commented:
Attempted to download SDK but  just worked around  it by creating path rules/hashes. Sometimes would have to use powershell commands to auto create and import the rules which works fine
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