Easy Code Signing makes it simpler for developers to sign their applications. You can do so quickly and easily. It allows you to set it up to sign dependent dlls and other programs when you sign an application. It requires nothing more then system files that were included in windows xp and later to work. So you do not need either Signtool or Signcode to sign an application. In addition, you can sign multiple applications at once. There is a button to open up the ability to sign more then one applications. Then you can add the programs that you want to sign to the list and when you are finished click sign all. Unlike the Microsoft Tools that come with Visual Studio, you do not need to re-enter the same information over and over again. Once you tell the program where the Timestamp url is, and the certificate and private keys are, the program saves them and looks them up. In addition, once you sign the application, the location of the signed file remains in the program database. So if you recompile and need to sign the file again, all you have to do is select the file from the dropdown menu and click sign. As long as the file remains in the same place and keeps the same name, that is all you have to do.