When ever my app's setup runs the first time I get the message that this app was created by an unknown Publisher. To resolve this you need to get a digital certificate from a company like Digicert or Verisign costs anywhere between $100-$400 dollars a year. You then have to update you setup with that signature. Visit www.verisign.com
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