Strong Naming (Unmanaged API Reference)

The strong naming API enables a client to administer strong name signing for assemblies.

Signing an assembly with a strong name adds a public key encryption to the file containing the assembly manifest. Strong name signing helps verify name uniqueness, prevents name spoofing, and provides callers with a unique identity when a reference is resolved. However, no level of trust is associated with a strong name.

Strong Naming Global Static Functions

Describes the unmanaged global static functions that the strong naming API uses.

Strong Naming Structures

Describes the unmanaged structures that the strong naming API uses.

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