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Which security domain - identified_third_party or maximum?

James Hodgkiss
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Joined: Jan 22, 2004
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Hiya,

I'm signing a midlet that I've developed for a client. The app uses HTTP, Camera and Bluetooth, but I'm not sure which security domain to use when signing it - 'identified_third_party' or 'maximum'?

The general advice I've read tends to suggest using 'identified_third_party', but why would you choose that ahead of 'maximum' if the latter is going to give the user less permission requests??

Thanks,
James
 
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