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    Java Verified disabled security permission

    Hi,
    Before i was using Thawte 3rd party certificate and i will get permissions
    "Not Allowed" "Ask every time" and "Ask first time" . To get rid of user prompts, we got the application java verified. Device also has UTI root certificate. Now the only option available is
    "Not Allowed" "Ask every time". I lost "Ask first time". Is it really worth going for java verified if the java verified signature is weaker than 3rd party or is it some other reason ???

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    Re: Java Verified disabled security permission

    The Java Verified certificate and Thawte certificate place the MIDlet in the same domain. The permissions should be the same for MIDlet signed with Thawte and Java Verified.

    Are you sure you installed the Java Verified version?
    What phone are you using (did you use the same phone for both tests?)?
    Is the phone branded to any operator?

    Hartti

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    Re: Java Verified disabled security permission

    Hi Hartti,
    The device is Operator branded.My Bad, You are correct. Both behave teh same way. Even with Thawte, the permissions are same.

    But the bigger question comes is how can we get rid of SMS popups if Java Verified cant help.
    I compared it with few other vendors and they give advanced permissions (more than symbian) with Java verified.

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    Re: Java Verified disabled security permission

    It looks like the operator-branding is not the issue (which operator, may I ask to make it sure)... Also what phone model you are talking about (although this should not mean much in here)?

    See this page
    http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...curity_Domains

    In the end of the page there are some samples of API access right on real devices. As you see, most of the Nokia devices do not let you have full access to the messaging with 3rd party signing

    Hartti

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