Error validating client secret
Support SHA224with DSA and SHA256with DSA in the Sun JSSE provider The SHA224with DSA and SHA256with DSA algorithms are now supported in the TLS 1.2 "signature_algorithms" extension in the Sun JSSE provider.Note that this extension does not apply to TLS 1.1 and previous versions.
An exception similar to the following might be seen if the old files are used: Caused by: For more information, refer to Timezone Data Versions in the JRE Software.The security baselines for the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) at the time of the release of JDK 6u181 are specified in the following table: Support DHE sizes up to 8192-bits and DSA sizes up to 3072-bits Enhance the JDK security providers to support 3072-bit Diffie Hellman and DSA parameters generation, pre-computed Diffie Hellman parameters up to 8192 bits and pre-computed DSA parameters up to 3072 bits.Just because they are there doesn't mean they get installed.They will be patched only if the end user has them installed on the system.Restrict Diffie-Hellman keys less than 1024 bits Diffie-Hellman keys less than 1024 bits are considered too weak to use in practice and should be restricted by default in SSL/TLS/DTLS connections.
Accordingly, Diffie-Hellman keys less than 1024 bits have been disabled by default by adding Unlimited cryptography enabled by default The JDK uses the Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Jurisdiction Policy files to configure cryptographic algorithm restrictions.
This will result in an IOException from connect and read operations if the FTP server is unresponsive.
For example, New Security property to control crypto policy This release introduces a new feature whereby the JCE jurisdiction policy files used by the JDK can be controlled via a new Security property.
The Java SE 6 Advanced is based on the current Java Platform, Standard Edition 6.
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To configure the JDK to use unlimited cryptography, set the crypto.policy to a value of 'unlimited'.