Bugzilla – Bug 6176
a trusted security item is immutable
Last modified: 2008-06-24 09:38:06
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Once a security item (i.e., an implementation of IssuedSecurityItem) becomes
trusted, its fields should become immutable. This safety feature will prevent
coding errors and software vulnerabilities.
Modified the setter methods in these classes:
As a result, trusted instances of these security items are immutable.
Added a new method in SAMLAuthnContext:
public String getFormattedAuthnInstant();
This is for convenience mainly, since formatted dateTime strings are required
in multiple places.
The source files implied in Comment #1 have been committed to CVS HEAD. This
patch will appear in GS-ST v0.4.3.