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JSS 3.1.1 Release Notes

12 November 2001




JSS 3.1.1 is a patch release of bug fixes to JSS 3.1. See the release notes for JSS 3.1.

JSS 3.1.1 is dual-licensed under the MPL and the GPL.

Changes from JSS 3.1

  • JSS upgraded from NSS 3.3 to NSS 3.3.1.
  • You can now set the SO_REUSEADDR flag on SSLServerSocket.
The following bugs were fixed:

Distribution Information

JSS is checked into mozilla/security/jss/.

The CVS tag for the JSS 3.1.1 release is JSS_3_1_1_RTM.

Source tarballs are available from

Binary releases are available from


Documentation for JSS 3.1.1 is available as follows:

Read the instructions on using JSS.

Source may be viewed with a browser (via the LXR tool) at

Platform Information

JSS should work with any JDK version starting from 1.2. It only supports the native threading model (no green threads).

JSS has been built on the platforms listed below.

Platform OS Version Compiler(s)
AIX 4.3.3 (32 bit) xlC/C++ 3.6.4
Compaq Tru64 4.0D (cc) Digital C v5.6-071
HP-UX 11.00 B (64-bit) C compiler: A.11.01.00
Linux RedHat 6.0 egcs-1.1.2
NT Windows 2000 VC++ 6.0 Service Pack 4
NT Windows NT 4.0 VC++ 6.0 Service Pack 4
Solaris sparc 8 (64-bit) WorkShop Compilers
C/C++ version 5.0
2.6 WorkShop Compilers
C/C++ version 5.0
Solaris x86 8 Forte 6 C update 1

Known Bugs and Issues

  • For a list of reported bugs that have not been fixed in JSS 3.1.1, click here. (Note that not all of these bugs have been confirmed. Even some bugs in the "new" state are unconfirmed.)


JSS 3.1.1 is backwards compatible with JSS 3.1. Applications compiled against JSS 3.1 will work with JSS 3.1.1.


Bugs discovered should be reported by filing a bug report with bugzilla.

You can also give feedback directly to the developers on the newsgroup, or on the IRC channel #mozcrypto on the server