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Class does not match trust level of other classes in the same package

 
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Greetings,

I am trying to get the java applets working for a website I did not create. I finally figured out how to sign the .jar files with a valid certificate, so that seems to be in order. However, when I try to run the application, it asks if I want to "Block potentially unsafe components from being run?".
The application that it sites in the pop-up is one of the .class files used in the java applet. If I click "Don't Block", the applet still has an error and doesn't run. When I click "Show details", it says "Class does not match trust level of other classes in the same package." I'm not really sure what to
do from here, although from searching online I think it has something to do with applet consisting of mixed code.

Please Help!
Thanks
 
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