Spotmau obtains VeriSign Digital Certificate for Systems Running Windows 64-bit Edition
In December, 2007, Spotmau obtained a VeriSign Digital Certificate for systems running Windows 64-bit Edition. (Digital certificates are electronic credentials used to authenticate parties and enable encrypted communications and transactions over the Internet.)
By obtaining this certificate, Spotmau will be able to add digital signatures to 64-bit drivers. This can practically support 64-based Windows operating systems in terms of security and privacy.