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Thread: How to create or edit .ser files in Jar files

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    Question How can I create or edit .ser files in Jar files

    Please I decompiled a Jar Archive File using eclispe...
    It comes along with a certificate file in .ser format...

    My problem is the Certificate file has expired..thus bringing warnings when visiting sites with SSL Connections...

    1. Please I would like to find out how to create another certificate file in .ser format
    2. How can I make the certificate for the Jar file trusted...

    Last edited by xbill; April 22nd, 2011 at 01:45 PM.

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    Default Re: How to create or edit .ser files in Jar files

    i need help too.
    how to create ser object in java ???
    Please some one help .

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