Is your code signing certificate expired? Yeah, this is an issue for many developers and companies that handle certificate management tasks manually. Code signing certificates, like SSL/TLS and other x.509 digital certificates, don’t have an infinite lifespan. This means that they’re only valid for a set amount of time before they expire and can no longer be used.
It might seem minor, but SSL certificate expiration can cause big problems
When you deal in SSL certificates on a daily basis, you get asked plenty of the same questions. One of them is “Do SSL certificates expire?” Yes, unfortunately, SSL certificates expire to maintain the security level of the website. No question, however, gets asked more frequently than “what will happen if an SSL certificate expires?”