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How do I get rid of the Unsigned Java Applet Window message at the bottom of windows/frames I create in my applet?
This is a security feature to prevent untrusted applets from displaying what appear like trusted windows. If you sign your applet and the user trusts you, the message will go away.
I've found Inside Java 2 Platform Security by Li Gong, the "father" of Java security to be an excellent reference. For an excellent introduction, try the chapter on Java Security within Core Java ...more
A: The Security Manager is the class maintaining the restrictions of the java virtual machine sandbox. Simply put, it is a subclass of java.lang.SecurityManager that performs runtime permission ch...more
Yes, check out: Cryptix
There are essentially four aspects of computer security: Aspect Generally achieved by Explanation Effect Confidentiality Encryption Protects message c...more
The default ClassLoader is sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader (which is fairly irrelevant in itself) which extends java.net.URLClassLoader. The reverse (superclasses below subclasses) inheritance ...more
Digital Signatures are used to ensure the identity of a sender. In conjunction with Message Digests, Digital Signatures prevents someone from altering a message and falsely claimin...more
How do you create a Message Digest with the Java Security API? (Message Digest code example)
A Message Digest is a digitally created hash (fingerprint) created from a plaintext block. All the information of the message is used to construct the Message Digest hash, but the ...more
Combination of public and private key cryptography, where the exchange of an encrypted session key is done using public key cryptography. The following encrypted session is then pursued with pri...more
What is "public key"/"asymmetric" cryptography?
What is "private key"/"symmetric"/"secret key" cryptography?
Get the message content as a byte. If coming from a file, read bytes from FileInputStream into ByteArrayOutputStream. Other sources would use similar methods, but remember to not treat content ...more
There are many different ones available, each offering their own feature set. Condensity DashO JCloak ObfuscatePro SourceGuard Zelix KlassMaster more
You cannot. It is part of the security architecture of the Java runtime to ensure never accessing invalid memory space.