The main purpose of the digital certificate is to ensure that the application belongs to the entity to which the certificate was issued. The LogMeIn digital certificate does not guarantee that a signed application is safe to run, but rather informs the user that the software was digitally signed by LogMeIn and verified by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA).
LogMeIn, Inc provides software as a service-based remote connectivity, collaboration, and support solutions to businesses and consumers. LogMeIn remote access products use a proprietary remote desktop protocol that is transmitted via SSL. Users access remote desktops using either the LogMeIn Ignition stand-alone application or a web portal. The service connects the remote desktop and the local computer using SSL over TCP or UDP and utilizing NAT traversal techniques to achieve peer-to-peer connectivity when available. secure.logmein.com
About (from LogMeIn at secure.logmein.com)
“Consumers and mobile workers use LogMeIn solutions to access and back up their remote computers online. Users have multiple options for remote desktop control, including access from a Windows PC, laptop or Pocket PC; a Macintosh computer; their iPhone or iPad - and even from their Ford 150 truck - to maximize their mobility and productivity. Businesses and IT service providers rely on LogMeIn to remotely support, manage and back up hundreds or thousands of desktops, laptops, servers, kiosks, POS machines and the applications that run on them. Cross-platform capabilities include support for Windows PCs, Macintosh computers and smartphones, including BlackBerry, Symbian, and Windows Mobile devices.
Users worldwide rely on LogMeIn solutions for remote control, file sharing, systems management, data backup, business collaboration and on-demand customer support of PCs, servers, Macintosh computers, smartphones and other connected devices. Our award-winning solutions are easy to try, buy and deploy from any web browser with an Internet connection. Over 125 million devices worldwide have connected to a LogMeIn service.”