Name: dfR10049 Date: 11/15/2000
JNLP spec states:
The following requirements must be satisfied before a JNLP Client can grant
an application these access rights:
1. The application is signed.
2. The user and/or the JNLP Client trusts the certificate that is used to sign
But if some requested jars are unsigned or jars are signed with different certificates
JNLP client is running in a trusted environment in spite of this.
Example of .jnlp file where 3 jar files are requested:
allPerm.jar \ signed with different certificates
unsigned.jar - unsigned jar
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<title>Trusted Environment test</title>
<vendor>Sun Microsystems, Inc.</vendor>
<j2se version="1.3 1.2"/>