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What other dialogs are displayed while running applications with the trusted signed certificate?


This article applies to:
  • Java version(s): 7.0

Java Version 7 Update 45 includes security enhancements for execution of Java applications. This page describes variations of the dialog for Java applications with a certificate from a trusted authority.

Security Dialog for missing permission attribute in the JAR file

The notice in the dialog is presented because the publisher has not set the permissions attribute in the JAR file.

Trusted application with valid certificate but missing permission
What to look for:
This application will be blocked in a future Java security update because the JAR file manifest does not contain the Permissions attribute. Please contact the Publisher for more Information.


What to do:
  • As an end user you may choose to notify the publisher that you are seeing this notice while running the application.

Security Dialog with missing application name

The dialog is presented because the publisher did not provide the name of the application in a secure mechanism.

What to look for:
  • The application is not displaying Application name.
  • The application may display a yellow notice about missing Permission attribute in the JAR file.
Trusted application with valid certificate but missing application name
What to do:
  • Only run this application if you trust the publisher and the website location information displayed in this dialog.
  • If you see the yellow notice, you may choose to notify the publisher.

Security Dialog displaying multiple locations

The dialog is presented because the publisher has hosted the application on multiple locations.

What to look for:
  • The Application displaying multiple locations.
  • The application may display a yellow notice about missing Permission attribute in the JAR file.
Trusted application with valid certificate but displaying multiple locations What to do:
  • Only run this application if you trust the publisher and each of the locations.
  • If you see the yellow notice, you may choose to notify the publisher.

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