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"APPLICATION'S DIGITAL SIGNATURE CANNOT BE VERIFIED" error

 
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I have signed my applet jar and all the related JAR's. Now my applet is working fine except for the WARNING "APPLICATION'S DIGITAL SIGNATURE CANNOT BE VERIFIED" which pops up when I run the applet in a browser.

Is there anything else left I need to do after signing, to overcome this warning message???

Please help.

Thanks in advance.
 
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What kind of certificate did you use - a self-signed one? If so, that's probably the reason for this; I don't think there's anything you can do about that (except of using a 3rd party certificate).
 
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Thanks for the reply.

And yes my applets are self signed.

So is it the only way that I need a 3rd party certificate.

And do we need this 3rd party certification every time we create an applet??

I am curious!!!
 
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