Very interesting stuff: http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/viruses-and-digital-signatures
Although the files are signed, they are signed using an unauthenticated CA (Certificate Authority) which is masquerading as Verisign. A CA is a trusted third party that issues and signs the certificate and vouches for the authenticity of the file. Each CA should be registered and therefore recognized globally as a trusted signer. The signature on the certificate is verified by the signer’s public key.
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