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Bug ID: 60287
Summary: sign cortado applet so that it works for people with
Product: MediaWiki extensions
CC: aarcos.w...@gmail.com, bawolff...@gmail.com,
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So I was testing timedmediahandler on computers at my university (I figure they
represent a fairly common config).
*I hit play button on an audio file
*Goes to java cortado fallback as it should
*Prompt comes up saying my java is out-dated
*I click continue anyways
*Pop up says applet is blocked by your security settings (My security setting
is "high" which is the default. Apparently this blocks all unsigned java
applets when you need an upgrade.
There's probably a good portion of our user base using old java. Signing the
applet should get around this. There's a signed version at
http://theora.org/cortado.jar, in my experiments, the copy of IE I did the test
on successfully loaded this version (After a are you sure prompt).
We could potentially just use this signed version, however it would probably be
ideal if instead Wikimedia signed the applet we serve, as then the publisher
would be listed as "Wikimedia", so people would be more likely to trust it vs a
publisher as some random person.
See also: http://www.java.com/en/download/help/jcp_security.xml
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