RSA signed applets

Discussion in 'Java' started by Rune Andresen, Sep 16, 2003.

  1. Hi, I wonder how RSA signed applets work. It says in the docs that it can
    decide if someone have temted with the code (tried to hack the code). I
    would guess that this security is good for the client side, but is it
    possible to use this technology to make the server know if the client has
    temted with the code??

    F.eks if you have a server that need to know if the client hasn't tried to
    fake some results in the applet to send to the server.

    Thanks to everyone that have som comments on this one :)

    regards
    Rune J.A
     
    Rune Andresen, Sep 16, 2003
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