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Added in API level 1

SecureCacheResponse

public abstract class SecureCacheResponse
extends CacheResponse

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.net.CacheResponse
     ↳ java.net.SecureCacheResponse


Represents a cache response originally retrieved through secure means, such as TLS.

Summary

Public constructors

SecureCacheResponse()

Public methods

abstract String getCipherSuite()

Returns the cipher suite in use on the original connection that retrieved the network resource.

abstract List<Certificate> getLocalCertificateChain()

Returns the certificate chain that were sent to the server during handshaking of the original connection that retrieved the network resource.

abstract Principal getLocalPrincipal()

Returns the principal that was sent to the server during handshaking in the original connection that retrieved the network resource.

abstract Principal getPeerPrincipal()

Returns the server's principal which was established as part of defining the session during the original connection that retrieved the network resource.

abstract List<Certificate> getServerCertificateChain()

Returns the server's certificate chain, which was established as part of defining the session in the original connection that retrieved the network resource, from cache.

Inherited methods

From class java.net.CacheResponse
From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

SecureCacheResponse

Added in API level 1
SecureCacheResponse ()

Public methods

getCipherSuite

Added in API level 1
String getCipherSuite ()

Returns the cipher suite in use on the original connection that retrieved the network resource.

Returns
String a string representing the cipher suite

getLocalCertificateChain

Added in API level 1
List<Certificate> getLocalCertificateChain ()

Returns the certificate chain that were sent to the server during handshaking of the original connection that retrieved the network resource. Note: This method is useful only when using certificate-based cipher suites.

Returns
List<Certificate> an immutable List of Certificate representing the certificate chain that was sent to the server. If no certificate chain was sent, null will be returned.

See also:

getLocalPrincipal

Added in API level 1
Principal getLocalPrincipal ()

Returns the principal that was sent to the server during handshaking in the original connection that retrieved the network resource.

Returns
Principal the principal sent to the server. Returns an X500Principal of the end-entity certificate for X509-based cipher suites, and KerberosPrincipal for Kerberos cipher suites. If no principal was sent, then null is returned.

See also:

getPeerPrincipal

Added in API level 1
Principal getPeerPrincipal ()

Returns the server's principal which was established as part of defining the session during the original connection that retrieved the network resource.

Returns
Principal the server's principal. Returns an X500Principal of the end-entity certiticate for X509-based cipher suites, and KerberosPrincipal for Kerberos cipher suites.
Throws
SSLPeerUnverifiedException if the peer was not verified.

See also:

getServerCertificateChain

Added in API level 1
List<Certificate> getServerCertificateChain ()

Returns the server's certificate chain, which was established as part of defining the session in the original connection that retrieved the network resource, from cache. Note: This method can be used only when using certificate-based cipher suites; using it with non-certificate-based cipher suites, such as Kerberos, will throw an SSLPeerUnverifiedException.

Returns
List<Certificate> an immutable List of Certificate representing the server's certificate chain.
Throws
SSLPeerUnverifiedException if the peer is not verified.

See also:

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