GPStamper is no longer being digitally signed with a code signing certificate*. After paying for this ability for some years, it never did make the installation feel more secure for the user, as Windows Security would still present a warning during installation. Of course being digitally signed should have precluded that from happening, but Microsoft failed to take that into consideration.
Please know that GPStamper is, and always has been, safe to install. It is licensed and used by multiple U.S. Government agencies, along with many private surveying, engineering and construction companies worldwide. No third-party applications are installed during the setup process.
Should you wish to review my credentials you are encouraged to log into SAM.gov where my vetting as a software supplier to the U.S. Government has been thoroughly documented for public review.
Registered at SAM.gov since 2013: Lee, Michael G
SAM UEI: LN7EUR35N6G5
D&B D-U-N-S® Number: 079118461
CAGE/NCAGE Code: 6ZE76
NIGP Code: 20913
I am certain you will find GPStamper very helpful in photo documenting your field work.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.
Michael (Mike) Lee
*Code Signing Certificates are used by software developers to digitally sign applications, drivers, executables and software programs as a way for end-users to verify that the code they receive has not been altered or compromised by a third party. They include a signature, a company’s name, and a timestamp.