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I wonder why despite of all that security.providers in java security file for ibm jdk8 and jdk11 the following is missing: security.provider.12=com.ibm.security.cmskeystore.CMSProvider For reading the default *system keystore or some websphere keystore files you need that entry but you have always to add it yourself. After a ptf update this change has to be redone. Of course i know you can provide your own java.security file, but what reasons speak against of adding also the cms provider to the default list?
For reading/editing the default *system keystore or some websphere keystore files you need cms security provider.
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