I have a signed applet. When browser loads it for the first time, security warning dialog pops up. The problem is that some users are confused by it and push cancel button. To overcome this, one needs to clear cached browser data to pop this dialog up next time so users could push run button instead. But for common users it is too difficult.
So here is my question: is there a way to show security warning dialog every time applet runs (loaded from network or cached in browser)?
I finally got several ways to that
1. Hacker way: in java console push 'x' button (classloader cache clean up)
2. Java script: in embedded, object or applet tag write property separate jvm
3. Easiest way: if user clicks cancel, then after closing browser, next time plugin shows you popup again