Signing and Verifying a Standalone JAR

Wondering how to sign and verify standalone JARs? Your search is at an end! We take a look at how to to just that in this post.

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Last week, I wrote about the JVM policy file that explicitly lists allowed sensitive API calls when running the JVM in sandboxed mode. This week, I’d like to improve the security by signing the JAR.

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jvm, maven, spring boot, spring, jar, signing

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