How to Sign an Adobe AIR Applications

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First, you need an AIR SDK installed for signing an AIR application.

To make it convenient, make sure you’re on the environment variable PATH of the Adobe AIR SDK, i.e., /bin/ directory

Open a command prompt and go to the AIR application’s source folder (the source folder is the one that contains the applicaiton.xml file).

Note: Be sure that the Code Signing Certificate that you will use for signing is not in the source directory.

Run these Commands:

adt -package -storetype pkcs12 -keystore "c:\path\to\your\certificate.pfx" "c:\path\to\your\file.air" "application.xml"

Paths used as an Example:

For .pfx file: c:\path\to\your\certificate.pfx

For .air file: c:\path\to\your\file.air

If prompted enter the same password, you used while exporting the certificate as a .pfx file.

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