Long term though, this is a problem with my (and possibly your) backup solution. Look here for more info. Specifically this bit:
The certificate chain supporting Amazon S3 SSL is an implementation detail of the system that may change from time to time. A robust application should not depend on the Amazon S3 SSL certificate being signed by a particular certification authority. However, you can depend on the fact that we will only use reputable CAs that are widely supported by existing user-agents. The easiest way to select root CAs to bundle with your application is to simply import the set from a modern web browser with a large market share.
All versions of Java, up to and including 1.6.0u18, have the same problem.
nothing ever stays the same forever in the online world does it!
I have a verisign SSL cert on our ecommerce site, so we are hopefully ok!
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