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The HTML upload applet that is part of LISTSERV Maestro is digitally signed with a digital certificate, which is a mechanism to authenticate the trustworthiness of the applet before allowing it to access the user's local disk (for loading the HTML file and inline binaries).The digital certificate that is used for this process is issued by a trustworthy signing authority and has a limited validity duration, i.e. (To date, L-Soft uses certificates issued by Thawte Consulting or Veri Sign.) An upload applet with an expired certificate is just as secure as an upload applet with a valid certificate; therefore, if you are not bothered by the warning messages, you may continue to use the expired applet without any worries.Hei, After I updated my java version from 6u31 to 7u4 on a windows 7-64 bits, applets stopped working.I use java-32 bits and the browsers are also 32 bits(tried IE9 and Firefox 12.0) , and the only cause was updating the java.Socket Exception: Permission denied: connect bla bla bla network: Cache entry not found [url: version: null] network: Cache entry not found [url: Java2_1/Test VMApplet.class, version: null] network: Connecting Java2_1/Test VMApplet.class with proxy=DIRECT network: Connecting with proxy=DIRECT network: Cache entry not found [url: Java2_1/Test VMApplet/class.class, version: null] network: Connecting Java2_1/Test VMApplet/class.class with proxy=DIRECT network: Connecting with proxy=DIRECT Test VMApplet.class bla bla bla basic: load: class test Java2_1/Test VMApplet.class not found. Progress Monitor [email protected] basic: Loading Java Applet Failed...security: Reset deny session certificate store I already tried a lot of different alternatives like disabling the firewall, disabling the next generation plug-in on Java Control Panel, clearing the cache, uninstalling and re-installing (both JRE and JDK), playing with mixed mode security verification, and maybe some more I don't remember.

Oracle also provides the latest Open JDK release under the open source GPL License at net.Java technology allows you to work and play in a secure computing environment.