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Help: How to get (buy) a Code Signing Certificate  RSS feed

 
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Hi all,

I would like sign my midlet (my j2me application) because i have some message(prompts) that are displayed when i make a http connection or when i read or write a filesystem. For that, I need to buy a certificate (.cer).
I was at Verisign web site (www.verisign.com) and tawste(www.thawte.com). I have confused. I don't know what to buy and wich certificate to choose.

Thank you in advance for your help.

OULD NADIF
 
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I �think� most phones support Verisign. We have decided to go for Verisign for our project. I was unable to find a document on the phone vendor websites stating the certificate each device supports.

Please do update this thread when you sign your midlets.
 
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