Updating java applet cache
If you are seeing the former of the two messages, then the certificate of the applet in your LISTSERV Maestro has expired.If you want to avoid the warning message so that the second message is being displayed instead, you need to update the applet in your LISTSERV Maestro server with a version that has been signed with a fresh certificate that is still valid.
But for some reason it always loads the old version.
The new Oracle Technology Network License Agreement for Oracle Java SE is substantially different from prior Oracle Java licenses.
The new license permits certain uses, such as personal use and development use, at no cost -- but other uses authorized under prior Oracle Java licenses may no longer be available.
Please contact L-Soft support with information about the LISTSERV Maestro version you are using and you will be supplied with a freshly signed version of the applet (it might be necessary that you update to the newest LISTSERV Maestro version before you can apply the new applet).
The applet comes in form of a file called "upload.jar", which you need to copy to the following location (overwriting the file of the same name which is already present): It is not necessary to restart LISTSERV Maestro after this replacement, but if you already had a browser open and were accessing LISTSERV Maestro, you may need to close and restart the browser to make it aware of the new applet.