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Senin, 24 Oktober 2016

Dealing with SSL issues in Java web application is no fun, especially when you have no debug logs and all you see is an ugly �Page Cannot be displayed� error message in your browser. Thankfully you can easily enable SSL to debug on your Application to start seeing verbose logs that will clearly show what happens during the SSL handshake process. You can enable SSL debugging logs in your Application Server JVM config by adding the following JVM command line parameter and restart the Application Server:

-Djavax.net.debug=all
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Minggu, 30 September 2012

trustStore vs keyStore in Java
trustStore and keyStore are used in context of setting up SSL connection in Java application between client and server. TrustStore and keyStore are very much similar in terms of construct and structure as both are managed by keytoolcommand and represented by KeyStore programatically but they often confused Java programmer both beginners and intermediate alike. Only difference between trustStore and keyStoreis what they store and there purpose. In SSL handshake purpose of trustStore is to verify credentials and purpose of keyStore is to provide credential. keyStore in Java stores private key and certificates corresponding to there public keys and require if you are SSL Server or SSL requires client authentication. TrustStore stores certificates from third party, your Java application communicate or certificates signed by CA(certificate authorities like Verisign, Thawte, Geotrust or GoDaddy) which can be used to identify third party. This is second article on setting up SSL on Java program, In last post we have seen How to import SSL certificates into trustStore and keyStore and In this Java article we will some differences between keystore and truststore in Java, which will help to understand this concept better.
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