public class KeyStoreTrustManager extends java.lang.Object implements javax.net.ssl.X509TrustManager, javax.net.ssl.HostnameVerifier
This class makes working with SSL connections easier, by prompting the user when an invalid certificate is encountered. The user will be given the option of refuting or accepting the certificate, including the option of adding the certificate to the PDF keystore.
Due to the way SSL is implemented in Java, in order to actually use this class it needs to be installed statically. This can be done easily:
PDFViewer viewer = newPDFViewer(); // Create it somehow KeyStoreTrustManager.install(viewer);
This will install an instance of this object as the default
for any SSL connections made from Java. If an invalid certificate is encountered
a dialog will be displayed relative to the
PDFViewer object, and if
the user chooses to accept the certificate permanently it will be added to the
KeyStoreManager returned by
If you have more than one
PDFViewer on the screen at once, or you don't
want this class managing all SSL connections from the JVM, then you can create the
object and use it as a trust manager only on the connections you need.
|Constructor and Description|
Create a new KeyStoreTrustManager.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Create a new
public KeyStoreTrustManager(KeyStoreManager ksm, java.awt.Component root)
ksm- the KeyStoreManager to add any permanently trusted Certificates to. May be
null, in which case this option is not available.
root- the object to position the dialog relative to. May be
nullif this is not known.
public static boolean install(PDFViewer viewer) throws java.security.GeneralSecurityException
KeyStoreTrustManagerand install it as part of the default
HostnameVerifierfor all HTTTPS connections made by the JVM.
viewer- the PDFViewer to be used for the KeyStoreManager and dialog positioning. May be
null, in which case the dialog is not tied to any component and certificates cannot be permanently added to a KeyStore.
public void checkClientTrusted(java.security.cert.X509Certificate chain, java.lang.String auth) throws java.security.cert.CertificateException
public void checkServerTrusted(java.security.cert.X509Certificate chain, java.lang.String auth) throws java.security.cert.CertificateException
public java.security.cert.X509Certificate getAcceptedIssuers()
public boolean verify(java.lang.String urlHostname, javax.net.ssl.SSLSession session)
Copyright © 2001-2017 Big Faceless Organization