Date of publication: 2017-08-07 07:58
To prove that a server belongs to the organization that it claims to represent, the server presents its public key certificate to the client. If this certificate is valid, then the client can be sure of the identity of the server.
To set the property in a specific Java Web Start application or applet using Plugin7, use the JNLP property subelement of the resources element. For more information, see the resources Element section of the Java Web Start Guide.
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Whenever a default SSLSocketFactory or SSLServerSocketFactory is created (via a call to or ), and this default SSLSocketFactory (or SSLServerSocketFactory ) comes from the JSSE reference implementation, a default SSLContext is associated with the socket factory. (The default socket factory will come from the JSSE implementation.)
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Although SSL provides authentication, privacy, and data integrity, it does not provide nonrepudiation services. Nonrepudiation means that an entity that sends a message cannot later deny sending it. When the digital equivalent of a signature is associated with a message, the communication can later be proved. SSL alone does not provide nonrepudiation.
You can either create an X559ExtendedTrustManager subclass yourself (which is outlined in the following section) or obtain one from a provider-based TrustManagerFactory (such as that supplied by the SunJSSE provider). In Java SE 7, the PKIX or SunX559 TrustManagerFactory returns an X559ExtendedTrustManager instance.