The public/private key pair generated by keytool is saved to your keystore and will be used to sign Java Applets and applications.
This key is never sent to Symantec and is required to sign code.
For example, when you query a data source directly from your browser by using the Bing Spatial Data Services (SDS), as in the following example, you can view the certificate chain by clicking the “lock” icon.
The “keystore” also manages certificates from trusted entities.
After you install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or the Java Development Kit (JDK), you will find the “keystore” in the directory of your JRE.
The certificate is issued in 2 formats: a) X509 (plus 1 intermediate certificate).
Installing this requires careful installation of 2 certificates in the correct order.
The JAR file contains all the files under the current directory and its sub-directories.
Example: [entry was signed on 7/12/15 PM] This should also be followed with the Time Stamp Authority's (TSA) certificate chain.
When the signed JAR file is downloaded, the Java Runtime Environment will display your Digital ID to the user.
If the file is tampered with in any way after it has been signed, the user will be notified and given the option to refuse installation.
If you purchased the certificate from the Partner Center, click here.
Since the certificate issued was created from the CSR, which is tied to that exact keystore created previously above, it cannot be used for any other keystore. The certificate can only be correctly installed into -keystore ).
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