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How to SUPPRESS "Added SSL_PROVIDER com.sun.net.ssl. internal.ssl.Provider"?

 
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Hi All,

Does anybody know how to suppress the line:

"Added SSL_PROVIDER com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.Provider"

I have decompiled all the classes in jsse.jar, jcert.jar and jnet.jar and I have checked the java.security package and other security related packages also, but I am unable to figure out where this statement is coming from.

I have checked the Security.addProvider(Provider) method also, but there are no System.out statements there and other method calls from this method.

Does it come from the Web Server that we use? If so, which files should I check in the web-server.

In the first place is it possible to suppress this statement?

Thanks a lot,
sbk
 
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