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  Secure Your Sockets with JSSE
Subject:   jssecacerts named twice in /lib/security
Date:   2002-02-20 06:10:17
From:   luthriaajay
In the example,we have created a trustStore called jssecacerts and copied this in the
/lib/security sub directory of our java.home directory.Now the browser accepts the server's
phony certificate.
Then when we are creating a Client certificate
for mutual authentication and after all the steps
used to create this,we are calling this jssecacerts and copying this again in /lib/security subdirectory of out java.home.


Wont this overwrite the trustStore created in step 1 for the client to accept the server's
phpney certificate?