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    static boolean isCausedByNetworkIssue(java.lang.String r1, r2) {
        throw new UnsupportedOperationException("Method not decompiled:,");

    public void create_CertStoreException()
    throws Exception {
        final CertStoreException sut = new CertStoreException();

    public AdvancedX509TrustManager(KeyStore knownServersKeyStore)
            throws NoSuchAlgorithmException, KeyStoreException, CertStoreException {
        TrustManagerFactory factory = TrustManagerFactory
        mStandardTrustManager = findX509TrustManager(factory);

        mKnownServersKeyStore = knownServersKeyStore;

    private X509TrustManager findX509TrustManager(TrustManagerFactory factory) throws CertStoreException {
        TrustManager tms[] = factory.getTrustManagers();
        for (int i = 0; i < tms.length; i++) {
            if (tms[i] instanceof X509TrustManager) {
                return (X509TrustManager) tms[i];
        return null;

    private final Collection findCRLs(PKIXCRLStoreSelector crlSelect, List crlStores) throws AnnotatedException {
        Set crls = new HashSet();
        AnnotatedException lastException = null;
        boolean foundValidStore = false;
        for (CertStore store : crlStores) {
            try {
                crls.addAll(PKIXCRLStoreSelector.getCRLs(crlSelect, store));
                foundValidStore = true;
            } catch (CertStoreException e) {
                lastException = new AnnotatedException("Exception searching in X.509 CRL store.", e);
        if (foundValidStore || lastException == null) {
            return crls;
        throw lastException;

    public Collection<? extends CRL> engineGetCRLs(CRLSelector selector)
            throws CertStoreException {

        if (selector == null) {
            return this.crl;

        List<X509CRL> crlList = new Vector<X509CRL>();
        for (X509CRL aCrl : this.crl) {
            if (selector.match(aCrl)) {
        return crlList;

    public Collection<? extends Certificate> engineGetCertificates(
            CertSelector selector) throws CertStoreException {

        throw new UnsupportedOperationException();


    public static Collection<? extends Certificate> getCertificates(final PKIXCertStoreSelector selector, CertStore certStore)
        throws CertStoreException
        return certStore.getCertificates(new CertSelector()
            public boolean match(Certificate certificate)
                return (selector == null) ? true : selector.match(certificate);

            public Object clone()
                return this;

    public default void verifyGenericType()
    throws Exception {
        final Class<SUT> sut = createNewSUT();
        assertTrue("This j8unit test interface is used with a generic type that is illegaly not assignable to CertStoreException.class!",

An exception indicating one of a variety of problems retrieving certificates and CRLs from a CertSto


A CertStoreException provides support for wrapping exceptions. The #getCause getCause method returns the throwable, if any, that caused this exception to be thrown.

Concurrent Access

Unless otherwise specified, the methods defined in this class are not thread-safe. Multiple threads that need to access a single object concurrently should synchronize amongst themselves and provide the necessary locking. Multiple threads each manipulating separate objects need not synchronize. @see CertStore @since 1.4 @author Sean Mullan

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