Root Certs in Java

We’re getting a certificate error on our training site from within java. (screenshots attached)

The site ssl cert is issued by
CN=COMODO High Assurance Secure Server CA,
[From: Thu Nov 30 19:00:00 EST 2006,
To: Tue Dec 31 18:59:59 EST 2019]

which is issued by
CN=COMODO Certification Authority,
[From: Thu Nov 30 19:00:00 EST 2006,
To: Mon Dec 31 18:59:59 EST 2029]

It looks like these aren’t in the Java. Is there a reason these aren’t in the trusted keystore? Any plans for java to include this in the near future. (I"m using java 1.6 update 31). Am I going to have to deploy this manually to all systems?

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You need to be sure your certificate’s full hierarchy (up to AddTrust) is installed on the server/site that Java is trying to access.

Easiest thing to do is submit a support ticket via and ask for a cert re-issue off our ‘new’ hierarchy. It seems you’re using one of our slightly older ones that Microsoft-based systems have trouble with hosting because there are 3 Root CAs (cross-signed for ubiquity) in the older hierarchy.

that makes sense. I’ll talk to the appropriate people about getting that fixed.