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Thread: KeyStore.getInstance("Windows-MY") : Equivalent on Linux plateform ?

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    Question KeyStore.getInstance("Windows-MY") : Equivalent on Linux plateform ?

    Hello,

    I'm developing an Applet. I would like to get all web browser Certificates.

    To do that on Windows and with Internet Explorer, I found this command line : KeyStore ks = KeyStore.getInstance("Windows-MY")

    Could you tell me how to do that on a Linux plateform with Firefox ?

    Thanks,

    Kind regards,

    Nicolas


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    Default Re: KeyStore.getInstance("Windows-MY") : Equivalent on Linux plateform ?

    Nobody has an idea ?

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