Version added: Tactical RMM v0.6.0 / Agent v1.5.0 (April 2021)
Tactical RMM agents are now code signed!
One token is valid for 1 self hosted instance. If you have more than 1 instance please contact support for pricing options.
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You will then be sent a code signing auth token, which you should enter into Tactical's web UI from Settings > Code Signing
How does it work?¶
Every time you generate an agent or an agent does a self-update, your self-hosted instance sends a request to Tactical's code signing servers with your auth token.
If the token is valid, the server sends you back a code signed agent. If not, it sends you back the un-signed agent.
If you think your auth token has been compromised or stolen then please open a ticket to get a new token / invalidate the old one.
Why should I pay for Code Signing?¶
- Code signing costs a lot of money. OV code signing requires a legitimate legal business...Amidaware was setup for this purpose. Code signing + operating a business costs thousands of dollars a year.
- It helps the project move forward and it can supports devs spending time on it, they have lives, wives, jobs and kids which all demands attention.
- It should stop bad actors using it maliciously.
- It helps with Antivirus products detecting it as being malicious.
Tactical RMM is getting flagged as PUA or virus, will this fix it?¶
Getting a code signed agent helps, but it is not guaranteed to eliminate this entirely. This is because AVs are unpredictable, changing all the time, constantly making new decisions and rules, telling you one thing and doing another, all doing different things in slightly different ways, etc.
However, the best way to submit a whitelisting request to your AV for the TRMM agent... is having a code signed exe to submit.
"C:\Program Files\TacticalAgent\tacticalrmm.exe" >
Digital Signatures tab.