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An application calls the getServerCertificate method of the SecurityInfo object to get the server's certificate A Certificate object contains a subject, issuer, type, version, serial number, signing algorithm, dates of valid use, and serial number
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The subject is the entity that vouches for the identity of the server; the issuer is the distinguished name of the entity that vouches for the identity of the subject An application gets the subject from the getSubject method of the Certificate object and the issuer from the getIssuer method The getIssuer method never returns null The subject and issuer strings are formatted using the rules for the printable representation for X509 distinguished names given in Section 1612, "Printable Representation for X509 Distinguished Names"
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HTTPS is the secure version of the HTTP protocol [reference 9] (See Section 153, "The HttpConnection Interface," for more information) The MIDP Specification version 20 requires a secure HTTP connection to comply with one or more of the following specifications: HTTP over TLS: documented in both RFC 2818 [reference 11] and TLS Protocol Version 10 as specified in RFC 2246 [reference 4]
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SSL V3: specified in The SSL Protocol Version 30 [reference 12]
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WTLS: specified in the Wireless Application Protocol Wireless Transport Layer Security document WAP-199 [reference 13]
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The HttpsConnection interface extends the interface HttpConnection to define MIDP HTTPS API The HttpsConnection interface has the same methods and behaviors as its superinterface, and adds information about the security parameters of the connection An application accesses an HttpsConnection by calling the Connectoropen method The application must supply a URI with the scheme "https:" RFC 2818 [reference 11] defines the scheme
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A secure link must be established so the request headers can be sent securely The secure link may be established as early as in the invocation of the Connectoropen method It may also be established when the application opens the connection's input or output stream or calls methods that cause a transition to the connected state (See Section 153, "The HttpConnection Interface," for information on these methods) Any method that can cause a secure link to be established may experience security-related failures; such methods throw a CertificateException to indicate these failures
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Access to the secure HTTP connection may be restricted to prevent unauthorized transmission or reception of data Trusted MIDlet suites needing to use HTTPS must request the javaxmicroeditionioConnectorhttps permission as described in "Trusted MIDlet Suite Security Model" on page 308
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The device may try to authorize the MIDlet when the MIDlet calls the Connectoropen method with a valid HTTPS connection string If the authorization fails and the MIDlet is not allowed to use the HTTPS API, the Connectoropen method throws a SecurityException The device might also check the MIDlet's permission when the MIDlet calls the openInputStream, openDataInputStream, openOutputStream, and openDataOutputStream methods
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The SecureConnection interface defines the API for a secure socket connection Interface SecureConnection, like its superinterface SocketConnection, allows a client to connect to a server and has the added benefit of a secure transport The MIDP Specification version 20 requires that a SecureConnection comply with one or more of the following specifications: TLS Protocol Version 10: specified in RFC 2246 [reference 4]
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SSL V3: specified in The SSL Protocol Version 30 [reference 12]
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There is no support for the complementary server-side secure connection in the MIDP Specification version 20
An application opens a secure connection on a target host by calling the Connectoropen method The application must supply a GCF string with the scheme ssl, a host, and a port number The host may be a fully qualified host name or an IPv4 number For example, "ssl://hostcom:79" defines a target socket on the hostcom system at port 79 RFC 1900 [reference 2] recommends the use of names rather than IP numbers for best results in the event of IP number reassignment Some networks and devices, however, may support only IP addresses since DNS name resolution may introduce additional latency and costs
Unlike an HTTPS connection, the Connectoropen method always opens the secure connection If the secure connection cannot be established due to errors related to certificates, the Connectoropen method throws a CertificateException