jar is unsigned

Hello everybody,

I'm trying to export a project Godot 3.1.2 to Android and I keep getting an error when it tries to sign the jar.

If I sign it manually it works fine, by dropping the apk inside the JRE directory, where the jarsigner is, and with the command:

jarsigner -verbose -keystore debug.keystore -storepass android -keypass android my.apk androiddebugkey

where by my.apk I write in the actual apk name, but I can't get Godot to do it by itself, making even the one click deploy useless. Annoying.

I get an error message like

jarsigner: Certificate chain not found for: androiddebugkey .  androiddebugkey  must reference a valid KeyStore key entry containing a private key and corresponding public key certificate chain.

  s = signature was verified
  m = entry is listed in manifest
  k = at least one certificate was found in keystore

no manifest.

jar is unsigned.

I checked multiple times JRE and JDK versions, Android studio got all the SDK Tools updated, it got a couple Android platforms installed like 4.01 4.1 4.4 5 and 8, Adb Jarsigner Debug Keystore correctly linked in editor settings, and added there the same user and pass used when I generated the Debug Keystore with keytool, same user and pass added to export setting, in both, debug and release fields, linked in both the debug.keystore, the same as above, unique name and name added, the Project has no files inside with unusual characters, only a-z 0-9 and underscore for file names, I'm really out if ideas what bothers Godot so it doesn't sign the apk.

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Update an Android package, problem with the signing process

I'm trying to update some changes I made to an Ionic app following these steps, the problem I have is I didn't develop the app in the first place. I'm just the new guy here and in that tutorial when I have to execute $ jarsigner -verbose -sigalg SHA1withRSA -digestalg SHA1 -keystore my-release-key.keystore HelloWorld-release-unsigned.apk alias_name I always get one of the two following errors:

jarsigner error: java.lang.RuntimeException: keystore load: Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect

jarsigner: Certificate chain not found for: ****.  **** must reference a valid KeyStore key entry containing a private key and corresponding public key certificate chain.

I'm a little lost here , I don't understand what's the alias name (the tutorial doesn't explain this), also my boss only gave me the password and the keystore file, but he didn't give me the alias_name (although I have asked him this many times), should I keep asking him the alias_name? I mean, is this completely necessary?

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How to find the public key in a digital certificate

I can see what I think should be the public key in the Details tab for StackOverflow's certificate (see screenshot below).

However, it is 2160 (num of chars (540) multiplied by 4 = 2160) bits long, not 2048 as it specifies.

When I view the certificate details using ^(openssl) in cmd, I can see a smaller version of the public key which is 514 nibbles * 4 = 2056 bits, which is one byte off 2048.

I noticed the first byte is 00. Is the first byte to be ignored because it's 0?

Why is it displayed in openssl?

If the first byte is to be ignored, does this mean the actual public key starts with b2 and ends in af?

Why does Windows show extra bytes before and after the public key in the Details tab?

I've used Notepad in the screenshot to show the full value of what's in the Details tab.


I realised the majority of the bytes is the modulus, and the exponent 0x010001 is at the end:


But what is the 02 03 between the modulus and the exponent?

And what is the 30 82 01 0a 02 82 01 01 00 before the modulus?

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Changing Certificate Key Chain of Client SSL Profile

Hi all,

This may be a dumb question, but I'm still learning this system. And I couldn't find a clear answer in the documentation.

When the time comes to update a certificate, what is the best approach? I have a certificate that is set to expire soon, and I am ready to update it, but the SSL Client profile is in use currently.

Is it possible to change the certificate key chain on the SSL Client profile being used with the new certificate key chain without causing any errors? I also know that I can add multiple key chains, is this also a good option?

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Tried using the portal but it doesn't display it and powershell doesn't seem to be able to search for public certs, only private ones. Am I missing something?


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Understanding Digital Certificates, Public Key Infrastructure And SSL/ TLS


I wrote about Digital Certificates, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and SSL/ TLS protocol in my blog post continuing that Cryptography Series that I had started.


  • Digital Certificates is used to tie an entity to a corresponding Public Key and also a trusted entity vets on that fact
  • TLS is an Application Layer Protocol of the TCP/IP stack used to ensure confidentiality of our web communication.

Check it out, thanks! If you find some sort of technical error, please let me know through DM/ comments.

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Would getting a certificate in Public Health be worth anything?

I'm not sure if this is the right place to put this, but I thought asking the people in the field would be the best choice. Okay, I'm an upcoming freshman majoring in anthropology, but I know that it's not the most practical major. Would a BA in anthropology and certificate in public health be worth anything? They don't offer public health as a minor at my university. I could major in public health and minor in anthropology as well. Overall, I'm kind of lost and I'm looking for advice from people in this field. Is it a practical major? Is it difficult to find a job fresh out of college? Is it interesting? Is it a challenging major?

Thank you to anyone who replies, I really appreciate your advice. Let me know if there is a better place to post this question.

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I've set up NPS to present a public certificate to the device trying to authenticate on WiFi via Radius. This isn't working however. It worked when configured with a private certificate.

I also stumbled on this from 2011. But there is no definitive answer as to what is needed to get it to work. Consensus seems to be that public certs do not work.

I've compared the private cert to the public cert and everything seems to be identical. Does anyone have NPS working with a public cert and using EAP-TLS to authenticate the client?

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Certificate renewal: certificate key chain dialog and intermediate certs question

I got one question regarding certificate renewal process for one customer. It’s a CA-signed cert, so I:

- Create CSR with provided params

- Send it back to customer

- Customer signs it with CA and sends signed cert back to us

But when I actually renew the cert in SSL profile properties – there’s a dialog box – Certificate Key Chain (Add/Edit/Delete) with 4 fields: Cert, Key, Chain, Passphrase. I select new cert under Cert and have no idea what should I select under Key field. My only assumption is to select unsigned CSR – since CSR contains public key, so I did it. I’m leaving 2 last fields blank – Chain and Passphrase. After this I asked customer to check it. Surprisingly customer reported that new cert is now being sent over https connection and everything is ok. Seems to be fine then. But I’m asking this because when I was renewing the cert I think there was some key file selected, not CSR as I selected. It’s hard to recall now, I should have made a screenshot I think. Is everything correct or I messed up things with cert renewal? This is a weird deploy and we don’t have any access to VSes to check if new cert is in play or not. Is there a way to to exec β€˜curl’ from F5 box itself to one of VSes in particular partitionon to make sure if cert has been renewed and new cert is introduced with https connection attempt?

And one theoretical question: between Root CA cert and end-cert (user-domain-cert which I was replacing) there’s a chain of trust and some intermediate certs. I’ve read several articles and can’t understand this – are these Intermediate certs automatically downloaded by https client? Or I should download it somewhere and put it under Chain field of dialog mentioned above. No idea… Still scratching my head with SSL certs, chain of trust, etc. Any recommendations for good reading are welcomed.

Thank you.

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Passwordstate - Revoked its Digicert certificate used to sign the code

Advisories here:

3rd June: https://clickstudios.com.au/advisories/Incident_Management_Advisory_01_20220603.pdf

4th June: https://clickstudios.com.au/advisories/Incident_Management_Advisory-02-20220604.pdf

7th June: https://clickstudios.com.au/advisories/Incident_Management_Advisory-03-20220607.pdf

9th June: https://www.clickstudios.com.au/advisories/Incident_Management_Advisory-04-20220609.pdf

*** UPDATE 7th June: They found the roout cause of the leak of the cert. Seems like they inadvertently (!!!) uploaded the cert on their website (missing the validation errors), together with the upgrade package of 29/3/2021. They found the error and deleted the cert on 14/4/2021 (still not escalating the incident!!!) - (and then they had the big breach happening on 20-22/4/2021). ***

***UPDATE 9th June: Digicert has agreed to revoke the certificate on 14th June.

*** TL;DR: Their certificate (the private key used to sign their software) has been inadvertently uploaded, by them, on their website, along with an upgrade package. That cert was used to sign malware (2) exploiting the latest Microsoft Word "Folina" vulnerability. ***

Clickstudios (the developers of Passwordstate) revoked the Digicert certificate and resigned the code with a new certificate. It's recommended to upgrade to the latest version asap.

Clickstudios says they are still investigating the incident. Based on this (and as per regular security hygiene) I also suggest (periodically) reviewing access logs, firewalls ACLs (be sure the server is not given connectivity from/to internet except for the required) and using an EDR agent on it.

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I always get confused on the questions about private keys, public keys, and digital certificates.

Anyone has a tip on how to remember this better?

Sample questions:

When using TLS to secure web communications, what encryption key is used to protect data being sent between the user and the web browser?

When digital certificates are used for the authentication of a user to a server, what is the primary purpose of the digital certificate?

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I was accidentally sent a duplicate Beskar Keychain 5007403 by LEGO, and I wanted to give it back to this great community! I really have enjoyed this subreddit, and this is my small way of giving back to it.

The giveaway is simple: guess the number of minifigures in the box! The first person to guess the number or the closest wins!

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Contest rules:

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What do you think of automation at ports? Will it improve supply chain efficiency, kill jobs, both? Is it worth it? This is a key issue in contract negotiations between shipping companies and dockworkers' unions in the U.S. this summer.

Summary of the conflict in these negotiations:


>Automation is shaping up to be a key flashpoint in high-stakes contract negotiations under way between unionized dockworkers and the shipping lines and cargo handlers at U.S. West Coast seaports.

>The ocean carriers and terminal operators that control some of the country’s busiest gateways for seaborne container trade are pushing for greater use of robotic equipment on the docks, arguing it is the best way to efficiently handle the ever-growing volumes of cargo hitting the ports and would help ease the bottlenecks that have hobbled U.S. supply chains.

>The dockworkers’ union, which gave in to some automation in highly contentious talks in years past, wants to draw a line against any further use of automated cranes, self-driving vehicles and other equipment they fear could replace some of the best-paying union jobs in the nation.

>The dispute over automation is a major dividing line in contract talks that began last month and are aimed at replacing the multiyear agreement that expires July 1, negotiations that come as the shipping industry is entering its busiest period while still trying to clear big backlogs of ships and cargo.


> Harold Daggett, head of the International Longshoremen’s Association, which represents East and Gulf Coast workers, released a video in May exhorting the West Coast union to hold the line against the robots.

>β€œThey want to put automation in and eliminate us, that’s what it is all about,” Mr. Daggett said in the video.

>The companies that transport and handle the cargo say the automation is one solution to the congestion at ports, particularly the Los Angeles and Long Beach sites at the heart of America’s supply chain woes. The spare use of robotics at U.S. ports leaves them uncompetitive with big gateways in China and Europe that are packed with automation, they say.

>Jeremy Nixon, chief executive of Singapore-based container line Ocean Network Express, told the TPM22 Conference produced by The Journal of Commerce in Long Beach earlier this year that European and Asian ports can clear backlogs quickly because they have automated cargo-handling equipment that operates around the clock. β€œHere, we just don’t have that resilience,” he said.

Some more articles:


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Cross-chain Liquidity Aggregators are Key to Better Trading Experiences

A fundamental part of the Crypto & Financial markets is the ease & manner in which digital assets can be seamlessly converted to cash or other assets, while avoiding drastic price swings.

Certainly, liquidity is very much important for all cryptocurrencies and actually one of the factors a retail or institutional investor would consider before making any purchase in the open market.

And it’s no secret that the crypto-verse has seen considerable growth & interesting innovations in the past years spanning across DeFi protocols, Privacy-focused projects, Oracles providing smart contracts with external information. However, there’s still a bottleneck institutional & retail virtual assets traders face.

In today’s market; digital assets suffer from exchange-exchange liquidity fragmentation, high latency trades, wide spreads & price disparity between venues to name a few, the need for liquidity aggregators cannot be over-emphasized.

Most people have been probably paying more in price & fees than they should on respective exchange platforms, & without realizing. Even though, there are aggregators in place, which can make the trading experience better & efficient.

Rango exchange enables swaps for 10,000+ assets between top chains [ETH, Cosmos, Avalanche, Harmony & others], with very minimal slippage. And, there’s the likes of Orion Protocol as well, allowing users to access CEXs, DEXs and swap pools directly from their wallets, aggregating all major exchange liquidity into one seamlessly aggregated order book to give you the best price possible.

AI-quant driven ones like FLUID utilizes quantitative models to improve order book size, depth & hedging strategies, and provides best execution for CeFi & DeFi at high throughput, ultra-low latency, ultra-low costs and zero counterparty risk through a single-window trading system.

By combining resources across member exchanges, it connects institutions & retail users with a universal order book, resulting in unified global liquidity & a stabilized market.

As adoption, interest & legitimization of the asset class in the space grows, so will a lot of sidelined institutional capital enter, which even increases the demand for optimum trading platforms.

I also think there would be more novel products in the space, in the coming years.

What platform have you been using to

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