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final class: JceSecurityManager [javadoc | source]
java.lang.Object
   java.lang.SecurityManager
      javax.crypto.JceSecurityManager
The JCE security manager.

The JCE security manager is responsible for determining the maximum allowable cryptographic strength for a given applet/application, for a given algorithm, by consulting the configured jurisdiction policy files and the cryptographic permissions bundled with the applet/application.

Note that this security manager is never installed, only instantiated.

Field Summary
static final  JceSecurityManager INSTANCE     
Fields inherited from java.lang.SecurityManager:
inCheck
Method from javax.crypto.JceSecurityManager Summary:
getCryptoPermission,   isCallerTrusted
Methods from java.lang.SecurityManager:
checkAccept,   checkAccess,   checkAccess,   checkAwtEventQueueAccess,   checkConnect,   checkConnect,   checkCreateClassLoader,   checkDelete,   checkExec,   checkExit,   checkLink,   checkListen,   checkMemberAccess,   checkMulticast,   checkMulticast,   checkPackageAccess,   checkPackageDefinition,   checkPermission,   checkPermission,   checkPrintJobAccess,   checkPropertiesAccess,   checkPropertyAccess,   checkRead,   checkRead,   checkRead,   checkSecurityAccess,   checkSetFactory,   checkSystemClipboardAccess,   checkTopLevelWindow,   checkWrite,   checkWrite,   classDepth,   classLoaderDepth,   currentClassLoader,   currentLoadedClass,   getClassContext,   getInCheck,   getSecurityContext,   getThreadGroup,   inClass,   inClassLoader
Methods from java.lang.Object:
clone,   equals,   finalize,   getClass,   hashCode,   notify,   notifyAll,   toString,   wait,   wait,   wait
Method from javax.crypto.JceSecurityManager Detail:
 CryptoPermission getCryptoPermission(String alg) 
    Returns the maximum allowable crypto strength for the given applet/application, for the given algorithm.
 boolean isCallerTrusted()