SAS CSP for Java Hash Signing

The Secure App Service (SAS) Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP) lets you sign large-size Java applications without uploading them to the Secure App Service cloud.

Click here to get the SAS CSP for Java Hash Signing.

The package contains the following components:

  • A readme document
  • A jar file jce.jar
  • A sample .properties file
  • A license agreement

The Java Hash Signing CSP is governed by the terms and conditions of the license agreement. The use of CSP implies that you accept the license agreement.

DigiCert, Inc. has acquired the Symantec PKI and SSL/TLS businesses. For more information on DigiCert's terms and conditions, including privacy policies and subscriber agreements, see:

https://www.digicert.com/news/digicert-completes-acquisition-of-symantec-ssl/

This document assumes that you are familiar with Oracle's JAR and jarsigner tools. Some knowledge of cryptography, Java Cryptography Architecture, and Java Cryptography Extension also helps with using this CSP.

Important! You need an active SAS API user account to use the CSP. If you don't have an API account already, contact your administrator.

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