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Is it Possible to use Amazon EC2 Certificate for Code Signing?

 
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One feature of Amazon's EC2 Web Services is that you can download certificates in relation to your virtual server. Is it possible to use these certificates to sign Java applets with?

I have a fractal explorer applet at www.mandelmania.net, and as of this latest Java update, my applets are not able to run without changing the security level slider in the Java Control Panel or adding my website to the exception list.

My website is basically built around this applet, and it is frustrating to think that I will have to buy a certificate just to keep my website "alive".
 
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