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    How to Import Trusted Certificate in Java.

    How to Easily Import Trusted Certificate in JAVA
    using GUI based portecle

    How to import trusted https certificate of any site in cacerts JAVA

    ........

    Easy Method :

    Now locate to.
    C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\lib\security
    copy "cacerts" to Desktop.
    ...
    Now open the website in Google Chrome of which certificate
    you want to add in trusted list.

    for example I am using [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    open the page having https://

    Get Certificate information from chrome...

    Select Details Tab.
    and Copy to File..

    follow wizard . save to desktop.


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    Launch portecle.jnlp

    and install it.
    I have already installed it and have short-cut on my desktop.

    run Portecle.
    File - Open KeyStore File.
    select caerts located on Desktop.

    password is : changeit

    Tools - Import Trusted Certificate

    File - Save keystore.


    and copy the cacerts to same directory again.

    Trusted certificate Import Done...
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    what to do with Multiclicker?


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    Multiclicker is based on java, you do not have to do anything with MC2.
    just import certificate in java and restart mc2.

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    thank you for the tutorial 8055 (admin)

    referral contest please?


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    Can please explain why we have to "Import Trusted Certificate in Java"? What is the difference between CM2 with this installed and not installed?

    Thanks a lot


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    whether there m2 for android version, sir


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    when i run Portecle, application blocked by Java. Can you help me?


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    it awosome


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    not working on java 8 it blocks portecle from instaling só any other news ??
    runing win 10 , ClickersMulticlicker2.5.10_r4 , ClickersSolver_0.9_beta.. still geting this error

    bsh.TargetError: Typed variable declaration : Method Invocation matcher : at Line: 1 : in file: inline evaluation of: ``import bsh.EvalError;import bsh.Interpreter;import java.awt.Color;import java.aw . . . '' : .


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    Quote Originally Posted by cryptoads View Post
    not working on java 8 it blocks portecle from instaling só any other news ??
    runing win 10 , ClickersMulticlicker2.5.10_r4 , ClickersSolver_0.9_beta.. still geting this error

    bsh.TargetError: Typed variable declaration : Method Invocation matcher : at Line: 1 : in file: inline evaluation of: ``import bsh.EvalError;import bsh.Interpreter;import java.awt.Color;import java.aw . . . '' : .
    In which site you are getting this error , newer version of CMC2 do not require any java certificate to be imported.

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