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Hello,

We are using Websphere MQ and there is JAAS in place. It was all working fine but suddenly one day i started getting exception as below :



Though i cleared it by providing SocketPermission to machine_name in policy file.
I had to add some more permission in policy file to get it worked, as below :



But the thing i really dont know is why it was working earlier and why it needed those changes, when the code is not changed. Does it have anything to do with machine configuration, machine is running on AIX. Please help me here, I am new to MQ and JAAS.

We are applying policy file for JAAS using "-Djava.security.auth.policy=filename" and "-Djava.security.policy=filename".
 
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