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I tried to sign it (and i could verify it by "jarsigner -verify"), but nothing changed. I wrote this question because maybe i must add some code inside my applet.
Somewhere i found this: netscape.security.PrivilegeManager.enablePrivilege("UniversalPrintJobAccess"), but it seems to be not supported anymore.
Can you help me please?
If one could bypass the security prompt that would open a door for anyone to place an insecure Applet in a web page and use it to steel information about you and your computer. Do you want that?
You can only hide the prompt if you sign the Applet using your private key with your certificate having been signed by one of the major Certification Authorities (CA) that have their certificate in your trust store. A self signed certificate will always have the security dialog until you agree to trust it forever. Getting your certificate signed by a major CA will cost you money.
Thank you for your answer.
Maybe we are speaking about two different things.
I try to explain it again. I wrote an applet that directly prints some labels in a thermal printer inside a web page. When i start the applet it asks me if i would to grant the access to my printer, i get this prompt for every applet load (and every page refresh). So i tried to self-sign my applet and on the first load i accept my signature permanently, but the security prompt of the printer access still come on every load.... Why? I signed my applet and my signature is permanently trusted by the client, is this not enought?
Thank you very much for your help.