[Bug 845] New: Plugin not working with Chromium and Brazilian bank "Banco do Brasil" site

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             Bug #: 845
           Summary: Plugin not working with Chromium and Brazilian bank
                    "Banco do Brasil" site
    Classification: Unclassified
           Product: IcedTea-Web
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: all
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P3
         Component: Plugin
        AssignedTo: dbhole at redhat.com
        ReportedBy: naoliv at gmail.com
                CC: unassigned at icedtea.classpath.org

Created attachment 629
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Page that should be displayed when Java is correctly detected


After migrating from Sun java plugin (version 6.26, Debian's package 6.26-3) to
icedtea plugin (Debian's 1.1.4-1; openjdk is Debian's 6b24~pre2-1) I started to
have issues with Chromium + an important Brazilian bank (Banco do Brasil).

Login page for the bank is

Attached is a both a page that should be seen (working.png) and the page that
is being displayed (not-working.png).
The not-working image basically says that it was not possible to install the
security module and that it's necessary to have Java installed on the computer.

It has been tested on two different machines (one amd64 and one i386) with
Chromium versions 15.0.874.121 and 16.0.912.63.

Note that it works on the same systems with Iceweasel (tested with alpha
versions 10.0 and 11.0).

When the plugin is properly detected and the page loaded it creates two files
in the users directory (~/.gbas.so and ~/.gbas.so_u). I can attach them if

I can also provide more info where needed and test patches if necessary.

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