Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart by Mauro Marinilli

Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart

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Java Deployment with JNLP and WebStart Mauro Marinilli ebook
Format: pdf
ISBN: 0672321823, 9780672321825
Page: 393
Publisher: Sams

This year we've seen a number of 0 day Java exploits surfacing and various mitigating steps mentioned in various sites that could be taken to prevent us from being compromised. Using Java Web Start ActiveX control can also be used to run a JNLP file but user interaction is required. The codebase specifies the location where java can find your files (all resources in the jnlp file are relative to this path). Aside from being invoked from the Java Web Start ActiveX control, Java Web Start can be launched by opening a JNLP file. If you have some qualms about performance, try deploying the applet using JNLP (aka WebStart). Here is a simple file: < information> . The Plugin configuration to generate auto-executable Jar. Java Web Start is some kind of mixing between the last two. Now it's time to create a JNLP descriptor file for your Web Start application. As developer you use a JNLP file to describe which resources must be downloaded. To exploit This Java Deployment Toolkit classid CAFEEFAC-DEC7-0000-0000-ABCDEFFEDCBA was exploited in 2010 (CVE-2010-1423). Installing Java 7 on my shiny new MacBook Pro with Retina display made all Java Web Start programs look absolutely crap by doing some not-too-fancy scaling on the graphics. Codehaus Maven JNLP plugin version 1.0-beta-3; Maven shade plugin version 1.6. According to Sun, Java Web Start is a mechanism for program delivery through a standard Web server.