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sign java applets?

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How can i sign a java apllet so i will be able to lunch the system functions?. Example:
system.In.ReadLine();
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Tomerl, In order to sign an applet you have to buy a certification authority (level 3 object and software signing). If you want to find about that check www.verisign.com and www.thawte.com . If you are a US citizen it is best for you to buy a personal CA from verisign (20$us). You can also generate a test CA for use with Netscape check http://devedge.netscape.com/docs/manuals/signedobj/signtool/index.htm for documentation, and http://devedge.netscape.com/software/tools/index.html?content=/software/signedobj/jarpack.html for downloading.
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