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How to Sign an Applet?

 
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Oh and what about signed applets? On page 362 of Java Servlet Programming by Jason Hunter (the 2nd edition) it says you can enable RMI callbacks by digitally signing an applet. How does one do this? Do I have to encorporate, get listed on Dun and Bradstreet, and buy something from Verisign? How many $?
 
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Signed Applets
 
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Thanks,
I read the tutorial. I can find no mention of sending $ to verisign.
Can anyone sign an applet for free?
Sieg
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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