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SSL Trackers and Certificate store
#1
Hi,
I was wondering what certificate store vuze uses is it the one from my operating system or a built in one ?
If it's not the one from my operating system, can I still add a trusted certificate to the store ?
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#2
Vuze takes a copy of the certificate store supplied with Java on installation (this can be reset via Tools->Options->Security) and makes any modifications to this local copy. These modifications are either when you create a self-signed certificate or when Vuze comes across an untrusted cert and prompts you to see if you want to add it.

If you have an arbitrary cert you want to add then you'll have to mess around with the java key tool to do so.

The store is named '.certs' and is in the Vuze config directory
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(01-27-2016, 05:03 PM)'parg' Wrote: Vuze takes a copy of the certificate store supplied with Java on installation (this can be reset via Tools->Options->Security) and makes any modifications to this local copy. These modifications are either when you create a self-signed certificate or when Vuze comes across an untrusted cert and prompts you to see if you want to add it.

If you have an arbitrary cert you want to add then you'll have to mess around with the java key tool to do so.

The store is named '.certs' and is in the Vuze config directory

 



Thank you very much, thats excelent.
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