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X509Trust Manager; /** * Class responsible for all server certificate validation functionality * * */ class Certificate Chain Validator Copyright 1998-2016 Alvin Alexander, All Rights Reserved.
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This post is about X.509 certificates in TLS, and has some videos to show both what the vulnerabilities are, and how to fix them.
I highly recommend the videos, as they do an excellent job of describing problems that TLS faces in general.Also, JDK 1.8 just came out and has much better encryption. Part One: we talk about how to correctly use and verify X.509 certificates.The previous post talked about using secure ciphers and algorithms.By verifying the signature of a message, the receiver can be sure that the message is from the expected sender and hasn't been modified by anyone else.$this is in PHP is a reference to the current object. Cert Path Validator Exception: Responder's certificate is not authorized to sign OCSP responses", I also added certificate to windows certificate store. =========================Code =========================================================== import java.*; import java.security.*; import *; import *; public class OCSPCheck private static X509Certificate read Cert(String file Name) throws File Not Found Exception, Certificate Exception } =========================================================================================================== Please note that Java Ranch actually allows crossposting to other sites...