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Unable to ensure the certificate used to identify this application has not been revoked

Jpreet Singh
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 12, 2013
Posts: 1
I have a signed Jar file which will run with the all-permission and I am getting a warning message in MAC with Java7u45.

"Unable to ensure the certificate used to identify this application has not been revoked "

for more detail please have a look in the attachment

manifest.mf properties:
Trusted-Library: true
Permissions: all-permissions
Application-Name: My Test App
Codebase: *

Please advice me how can I resolved this.



[security Warning.png]

Gerben Feenstra
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 21, 2011
Posts: 14
Same problem here, have not found a permanent solution yet. Workaround I found: Go to java console and set "Perform certificate revocation checks on" to "Do not check (not recommended)"
 
 
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