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Pat Peg
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So I created a jar file and signed it to overcome the problem of using outdated encryption for an existing application. Here is the link to the pains and trial http://www.coderanch.com/t/501900/Applets/java/Looking-good-example-explanation

The thing is, I am still getting the warning message telling me that I am using MD2withRSA. I copied all my logs from the command prompt and re-checked, everythign I did was MD5withRSA. I am wondering, is it possible that their is something going on in the server with caching of the old file or do i need to do something on the server besides simply uploading a new jar file?

I have tried to do some research but have not yet found a direct answer to what I am encountering.

Thanks for the help.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Well, the browser will cache applet jar files, but it should check whether they've been updated. That process can fail (very occasionally), though.

Make sure that you get the new file if you download it manually through the browser. Also clear the applet jar cache (which can be done somewhere in the Java Plugin control panel).
 
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