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    Detecting supported certificate from a midlet.

    Hi,
    is there someone who know if it is possible to detect
    supported certificate (Verisign, Thawte, Geotrust) from a midlet?

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    Davide.

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    Re: Detecting supported certificate from a midlet.

    Quote Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
    Hi,
    is there someone who know if it is possible to detect
    supported certificate (Verisign, Thawte, Geotrust) from a midlet?

    Regards,
    Davide.
    Hi,
    AFAIK, device does not includes this kind of information in itself,therefor the same cannot be found.
    Thanks with Regards,

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    Re: Detecting supported certificate from a midlet.

    Quote Originally Posted by raj_J2ME View Post
    Hi,
    AFAIK, device does not includes this kind of information in itself,therefor the same cannot be found.
    are you sure?
    there is no way do detect for the default root certificate installed?

    do you know if that certificate enable midlet to use some java class,
    something like com.verisign.extension with some methods to do something?
    some class that I can class.ForName()?

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    Re: Detecting supported certificate from a midlet.

    Hi,
    I have no idea,I am sorry
    what I know I have shared with you
    Thanks with Regards,

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    Re: Detecting supported certificate from a midlet.

    well actually a device does include certificates, or at least a matching one so that a security check can be done on it in combination with the one with which a midlet is signed...
    anyways, I have no idea if this is readable with j2me... even though, given the sandbox principle, I wouldn't expect that information to be available ( i mean, you can't even read out battery status or netwrok strength so supported certificates looks even less probable)...

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    Re: Detecting supported certificate from a midlet.

    Sorry, there is no way reading information about the signing root certificate inside the MIDlet.

    Hartti

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