By Sean Mullan on Mar 20, 2009
Hello everyone. Although I have been with Sun for over 10 years, this is my first blog entry at blogs.sun.com. I already have a blog over at java.net (http://weblogs.java.net/blog/mullan/), but for now I will be posting new entries right here at blogs.sun.com. I may still update my blog at java.net from time to time, or figure out a way to cross-post my entries.
A little about myself. I work on the Java Security Team and have spent almost 10 years working on the Java SE security technology. I was specification lead of JSR 55 and co-specification lead of JSR 105, both successful APIs that were integrated into Java SE. I'm also Sun's representative on the W3C XML Security Working Group and a committer on the Apache XML Security project. Lately, I have been investigating and working on security features related to JavaFX and web-deployed technologies.
Stay tuned for my next entry about the new CertificateRevokedException class in JDK 7.