I am using JAVA 5 and OS is Windows XP, IE 6. ( cannot upgrade anything )
Our application is showing us a pop-up "The web site's certificate cannot be verified. Do you want to continue?" showing the option to "Always trust content from this publisher".
When I accept and tick the checkbox and proceed, the pop-up never appears. When I open the Java Control Panel, I can see the public certificate is added to the "USER" tab in "Trusted Certificates" keystore.
1 - How can I add the certificate using the keytool to the "Trusted Certificates" under "SYSTEM" tab and not the "USER" tab, so that any user who logs on to the system should not see the pop-up. ( how can I simulate the user accepting the certificate but adding that to the SYSTEM tab)
Using this command line, the certificate gets added to the Signer CA keystore under the CACERTS and I don't get a pop-up anymore, but I wanted to know if this is a secured and correct way of doing that or am I bypassing the issue or violating any security policies ?
Please respond, I need help. Thanks in Advance Guys.
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