Chimera Build ID: 2002110104 The above site is not displayed. You need to move the mouse to produce some entropy. It seem that chimera does not handle this.
Michael, please provide an example URL.
I am sorry, I thought I had given the URL. This is the URL: https://banking.rwso.de/ksk-tut/
I think I see this using Chimera/2002110204 on 10.1.5. Michael, does the page use mouse movement to generate some sort of random number? I don't understand the language in use (Dutch?) so I can't be sure. Using FizzillaCFM/2002103011, moving the mouse does result in something happening.
> Michael, does the page use mouse movement to generate some sort of random number? Yes, you need to move the mouse and the applet is gathering some entropy to setup a secure connection at 512 bit. While moving the mouse, you see a counter in the bottom counting from 0 to 100%. Chimera does not show the counter, instead you see Loading images... for ever. It seems Chimera has some problems with a Java implementations to gather the mouse movement. Since Mozilla 1.2. Beta can handle that page, it is not a Java problem by Apple's Java kit. I am using 10.2.1 and the problem occured with all builds of Navigator.
Okay, I'll mark this confirmed since I see it using Chimera/2002110415 on 10.1.5. Reassigning to Plug-ins, but I suppose it could still be a browser detection problem.
Assignee: saari → bnesse
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: General → Plug-ins
Ever confirmed: true
QA Contact: winnie → petersen
Summary: Java Applet Problem - gathering Entropy → Java applet entropy gathering fails on Chimera, succeeds on Mozilla
> I suppose it could still be a browser detection problem. No, definitely not. The compatibility of the browser is checked by the html-document before the applet is loaded. Also the page will check if the Java-Version is installed and compatible before the applet is loaded. If you use an incompatible browser or java-version then you will receive an error html, showing you which browsers and java-versions are supported.
Related to bug 172807: the plugin isn't getting mouse move events.
Is this still a problem with Apple's plugin or the Java Embedding Plugin and a recent Camino? Is there another testcase for this? I can't get the URL provided to load.
Can we get a new testcase on this? Is the problem only that the applet doesn't get mouse events (comment 7)? If so, that's fixed with the JEP (might have worked with Apple's Java plugin, too).
-> Stephen, JEP author. Feel free to close if this works with the most recent JEP.
Assignee: sfraser_bugs → smichaud
The test URL still isn't accessible ... and hasn't been for several months, apparently. It also looks very unlikely that we'll get a new one. So I can't do any testing. But it seems pointless to leave this open. If in a few days I haven't received any objections, I'll close it and mark it "fixed".
The problem is, the URL has changed and that they don't use mouse movements anymore to gather entropy. So there is probably no site available to test the mouse movement gathering thing...
Thanks for letting us know. If the matter ever comes up again, and if this problem turns out not to have been solved by the Java Embedding Plugin, we can reopen this bug.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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