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   * Copyright 1999-2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
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The JSSE provider. The RSA implementation has been removed from JSSE, but we still need to register the same algorithms for compatibility. We just point to the RSA implementation in the SunRsaSign provider. This works because all classes are in the bootclasspath and therefore loaded by the same classloader. SunJSSE now supports an experimental FIPS compliant mode when used with an appropriate FIPS certified crypto provider. In FIPS mode, we: . allow only TLS 1.0 . allow only FIPS approved ciphersuites . perform all crypto in the FIPS crypto provider It is currently not possible to use both FIPS compliant SunJSSE and standard JSSE at the same time because of the various static data structures we use. However, we do want to allow FIPS mode to be enabled at runtime and without editing the file. That means we need to allow Security.removeProvider("SunJSSE") to work, which creates an instance of this class in non-FIPS mode. That is why we delay the selection of the mode as long as possible. This is until we open an SSL/TLS connection and the data structures need to be initialized or until SunJSSE is initialized in FIPS mode.
 public abstract class SunJSSE extends {
     private static final long serialVersionUID = 3231825739635378733L;
     private static String info = "Sun JSSE provider" +
         "(PKCS12, SunX509 key/trust factories, SSLv3, TLSv1)";
     private static String fipsInfo =
         "Sun JSSE provider (FIPS mode, crypto provider ";
     // tri-valued flag:
     // null  := no final decision made
     // false := data structures initialized in non-FIPS mode
     // true  := data structures initialized in FIPS mode
     private static Boolean fips;
     // the FIPS certificate crypto provider that we use to perform all crypto
     // operations. null in non-FIPS mode
     protected static synchronized boolean isFIPS() {
         if ( == null) {
              = false;
         return ;
     // ensure we can use FIPS mode using the specified crypto provider.
     // enable FIPS mode if not already enabled.
     private static synchronized void ensureFIPS( p) {
         if ( == null) {
              = true;
              = p;
         } else {
             if ( == false) {
                 throw new ProviderException
                     ("SunJSSE already initialized in non-FIPS mode");
             if ( != p) {
                 throw new ProviderException
                     ("SunJSSE already initialized with FIPS crypto provider "
                     + );
    // standard constructor
    protected SunJSSE() {
        super("SunJSSE", 1.6d, );
        if (..equals()) {
            throw new ProviderException
                ("SunJSSE is already initialized in FIPS mode");
    // prefered constructor to enable FIPS mode at runtime
    protected SunJSSE( cryptoProvider){
        this(checkNull(cryptoProvider), cryptoProvider.getName());
    // constructor to enable FIPS mode from file
    protected SunJSSE(String cryptoProvider){
    private static <T> T checkNull(T t) {
        if (t == null) {
            throw new ProviderException("cryptoProvider must not be null");
        return t;
    private SunJSSE( cryptoProviderString providerName) {
        super("SunJSSE", 1.6d,  + providerName + ")");
        if (cryptoProvider == null) {
            // Calling Security.getProvider() will cause other providers to be
            // loaded. That is not good but unavoidable here.
            cryptoProvider = Security.getProvider(providerName);
            if (cryptoProvider == null) {
                throw new ProviderException
                    ("Crypto provider not installed: " + providerName);
    private void registerAlgorithms(final boolean isfips) {
        AccessController.doPrivileged(new PrivilegedAction<Object>() {
            public Object run() {
                return null;
    private void doRegister(boolean isfips) {
        if (isfips == false) {
        if (isfips == false) {
         * KeyStore
    private void subclassCheck() {
        if (getClass() != {
            throw new AssertionError("Illegal subclass: " + getClass());
    protected final void finalize() throws Throwable {
        // empty
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