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Can someone point me out how can I correctly validate a chain using also system root certificates?
Hi, Never usually have a problem getting into a Netscaler/Access Gateway server and can get Java sorted out very quickly.
The certificate you are prepared to trust is also often referred to as a trust anchor , and I will start the journey through the JCA classes for path validation by looking at the class that encapsulates this first.
The or if you have to use the public key and an identifying X.500 Name to identify the trust anchor instead.
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X509Trust Manager; /** * Class responsible for all server certificate validation functionality * * */ class Certificate Chain Validator Copyright 1998-2016 Alvin Alexander, All Rights Reserved.
Can someone point me out how can I correctly validate a chain using also system root certificates? It would be useful to check them in case there is something else going on.
I found a lot of examples online using java.security package, but since I'm comparing different libraries to validate certificates, I would like to perform the task using only Bouncy Castle packages, if possible. I don't the API currently takes the trust anchor into account - it's assumed it's connection with the CA cert is already valid. Regards, David On 02/02/16 , Nicholas Mainardi wrote: I need to write a Java program using Bouncy Castle to validate certificate chains.
Hi, last week a customer had the problem that he wants to connect to the administration interface of a Brocade FC Switch but the Java Applet did not start.
This error message was shown: “Failed to validate certificate.
This example Android source code file (Certificate Chain Validator.java) is included in the Dev "Java Source Code Warehouse" project.