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struts2 There is a bug in FileUploadInterceptor (FileContentType).

 
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I'm trying to rescrit a file being Upload based on FileContentType. I'm facing browser compatability issue. Suppose if i have to allow only jar files (application/java-archive) but i'm getting different contentTypes for different browsers. Like x-zip compressed, application-octstream for the jar fileContentType. So, i tried allowed extension types (jar) it's working fine. But the if user changed the extension of a text file [.txt to .jar]. It will fail and it's foolproof. How can i fix this problem?
 
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