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Breaking Java WebStart Security

 
Saravanan Subramanyan
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Dear Friends
I have one doubt in java WebStart. Whenever i opened a fileoutputstream in my application which is java WebStart enabled it throws access denied exception. How can i avoid this.
 
Hema Menon
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Use jarsigner tool to sign your application and then try it. Local access may be allowed with signed(trusted) application jars.
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Saravanan Subramanyan
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Is it possible to achive this without signing the jar becz signing the jar is not possible in my application. I want to use the Java WebStart in different way.
 
Hema Menon
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Unfortunately, I am not aware of any other means. Check out the links provided in other posts to find a solution.
 
Hema Menon
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Originally posted by Saravanan Subramanyan:
I want to use the Java WebStart in different way.

In what way are you trying to use Webstart?
 
Chantal Ackermann
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you can use the JNLP API to access local disc from an usigned jar. the user will be prompted on every "unsecure" action.
 
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