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Old 04-06-2009, 12:21 PM   #1
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Question No-name server, weird problem, pls hint-hint


Hi,

Ok, perhaps weird...I dont know. The "trip" I had on the CentOS server so far - wow...

Ok, setup as follows: CentOS 5.2, Apache, PHP 5.x and Java 1.6-and-some.
I run an RMI server on the server, I call a page where an applet is embedded, and to be distributed by the above-mentioned server. The resulting applet space remains empty, the reason? The server does not send any info/identification about itself, and the connection is not secure.

Ok, in the not-so-distant future, I'd have used some secure connection (HTTPS) but now, I'm surprised it's already there.

Do I need to fake a certificate (for now), do I need to install mod_ssl?

Huh?

Any hint would help.

Big tnx.

Thor
 
  


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