Enabling free JSSE

Casey Marshall casey.s.marshall at gmail.com
Sun Jul 8 19:10:47 UTC 2007


I'm just posting this note that I've implemented some missing bits  
needed by the JSSE provider in OpenJDK, and now IcedTea (which is  
using a combination of GNU Classpath's crypto algorithms and Sun's  
SSL provider) can make SSL connections.

This implements the KeyGenerator algorithms SunTlsPrf, etc. The files  
are here:


I don't know what Sun's plans are for the missing pieces of the  
PKCS11 provider (where these missing algorithms were), but I'll still  
offer my implementation to OpenJDK just the same.

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