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I'm trying to implement a FTP client over SSL (JSSE). When I connect my
client to a SSL server, it will send me a X509Certificate during the
handshake. My question is when I open a data channel to send data (in non
PASV mode), I open a SSL server socket and do I suppose to send back the
same X509Certificate to the server when the server connect? If yes, How can
I do it? I can't find any method to create a new keymanager with a
X509Certificate.... Thanks in advance...
 
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