From JDK 1. The core module provides all the functionality in the ligthweight APIs. The util module is the home for code which is used by other modules that does not need to be in prov. At the moment this is largely ASN. The pkix module is the home for code for X. The build scripts that come with the full distribution allow creation of the different releases by using the different source trees while excluding classes that are not appropriate and copying in the required compatibility classes from the directories containing compatibility classes appropriate for the distribution.
If you want to try create a build for yourself, using your own environment, the best way to do it is to start with the build for the distribution you are interested in, make sure that builds, and then modify your build scripts to do the required exclusions and file copies for your setup, otherwise you are likely to get class not found exceptions.
The final caveat to this is that as the j2me distribution includes some compatibility classes starting in the java package, you need to use an obfuscator to change the package names before attempting to import a midlet using the BC API. They can be found in:.
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Branches Tags. Could not load branches. Usually, You will meet error like java. SecurityException: Invalid signature file digest for Manifest main attributes. But it can also lead to new, cryptic errors, e. So, we used a executable packer plugin that uses a jar-in-jar approach to preserve the BouncyCastle signature in a single, executable jar. It is included as following example:.
By default bouncy-castle-bc already included in pulsar-client-original , And pulsar-client-original has been included in a lot of other modules like pulsar-client-admin , pulsar-broker. But for the above shaded jar and signatures reason, we should not package Pulsar's bouncy-castle module into pulsar-client-all other shaded modules directly, such as pulsar-client-shaded , pulsar-client-admin-shaded and pulsar-broker-shaded.
Any help on this issue is appreciated, thanks! EDIT: My build. Jokkeri Jokkeri 1 1 gold badge 11 11 silver badges 30 30 bronze badges. Add a comment. Sorted by: Reset to default. Highest score default Date modified newest first Date created oldest first. To implement a cryptographic provider is needed that the jar is signed If your provider is supplying encryption algorithms through the Cipher KeyAgreement , KeyGenerator , Mac , or SecretKeyFactory classes, you will need to sign your JAR file so that the JCA can authenticate the code at runtime.
SSHJ is probably using some encryption algorithm and could not initialize bouncycastle Options: Sign your code with a code signing certificate Deploy also bcprov-jdk15on Ok, so the main issue is that I'm "one-jarring" the BC? And to be able to do so, I would have to sign the resulting one-jar package, am I correct? Is there any way to test-proof this without buying CodeSigningCert? Somehow with self-signed? Yes, the problem is the unsigned "one-jar". In the link I've provided you can see the procedure to get a code-signing certificate.
Oracle issues certificates for testing see oracle. Probably a a self-signed certificate with the suitable key-usage will work too. It will be necessary to import the public part into the truststore of the JVM, and won't work with applets or JavaWebStart — pedrofb. I remembered that I have CodeSigningCertificate from another project but no luck with that, at least yet. I added the Ant-script of building the one-jar into original post, what am I doing wrong?
According to this post stackoverflow. Take a look to bouncycastle. I did not find it there, but maybe I did not search intelligently enough. Otherwise I am thinking about uploading it myself. Copying the source code into my project is kinda ugly. I couldn't find it either from maven repository. Maybe you could just upload it to Maven or first contact the creator if they wanna do themselves - email found from the site.
I already did contact the creator a few hours ago and am waiting for a reply. I just wanted to know if you might know more. Here is my repo with artifact usage instructions and here is the Maven artifact. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. The Overflow Blog. Then while placing the itextsharp.
New-Object : Could not load file or assembly 'BouncyCastle. The system cannot find the file specified. The reason why the error above is presented is because the BouncyCastle. Crypto assembly is also needed for the PowerShell script. In addition to downloading:.
BouncyCastle 1. With the two packages downloaded, rename the extension. Before executing the PowerShell script, make sure the following line is added to the beginning so that the BouncyCastle. Thank you for documenting this challenge. My issue was slightly different but your documentation helped me find a solution. In my case the he version of bouncycastle.
Signed JAR files. From release some implementations of encryption algorithms were removed from the regular jar files at the request of a number of users. Signed JAR files From release some implementations of encryption algorithms were removed from the regular jar files at the request of a number of users. Home of open source libraries of the Legion of the Bouncy Castle and their Java cryptography and C# cryptography resources.