System and User Level Keystore Files on Windows 7
Where is the user-level Java trusted keystore file on Windows? I know the system-level java trusted keystore file is at "\Program Files\java\jre7\lib\security\cacerts".
When Java SE 7 is installed on a Windows system, it maintains 3 trusted certificate keystore files:
1. System-Level Signer CA Keystore:
Location: "\Program Files\java\jre7\lib\security\cacerts" Password: "changeit" Contents: All signer CA certificates known at the time of Java release
2. System-Level Secure Site CA Keystore:
Location: "\Program Files\java\jre7\lib\security\jssecacerts" Password: "changeit" Contents: Empty by default.
3. User-Level Certificate Keystore\
Location: "\Users\xyz\AppData\LocalLow\sun\Java\Deployment\security\trusted.certs" Password: "" Contents: Empty by default
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