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This is an older, but stable version of Maven for projects that require Maven to run on JDK 1.4.

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Previous Releases

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System Requirements

JDK1.5 or above (this is to execute Maven - it still allows you to build against 1.3 and prior JDK's)
MemoryNo minimum requirement
DiskNo minimum requirement. Approximately 100MB will be used for your local repository, however this will vary depending on usage and can be removed and redownloaded at any time.
Operating SystemNo minimum requirement. On Windows, Windows NT and above or Cygwin is required for the startup scripts. Tested on Windows XP, Fedora Core and Mac OS X.

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Maven is a Java tool, so you must have Java installed in order to proceed. More precisely, you need a Java Development Kit (JDK), the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is not sufficient.

Additional optional installation steps are listed after the platform specific instructions.

Windows 2000/XP

  1. Unzip the distribution archive, i.e. to the directory you wish to install Maven 3.0.4. These instructions assume you chose C:Program FilesApache Software Foundation. The subdirectory apache-maven-3.0.4 will be created from the archive.
  2. Add the M2_HOME environment variable by opening up the system properties (WinKey + Pause), selecting the 'Advanced' tab, and the 'Environment Variables' button, then adding the M2_HOME variable in the user variables with the value C:Program FilesApache Software Foundationapache-maven-3.0.4. Be sure to omit any quotation marks around the path even if it contains spaces. Note: For Maven < 2.0.9, also be sure that the M2_HOME doesn't have a ' as last character.
  3. In the same dialog, add the M2 environment variable in the user variables with the value %M2_HOME%bin.
  4. Optional: In the same dialog, add the MAVEN_OPTS environment variable in the user variables to specify JVM properties, e.g. the value -Xms256m -Xmx512m. This environment variable can be used to supply extra options to Maven.
  5. In the same dialog, update/create the Path environment variable in the user variables and prepend the value %M2% to add Maven available in the command line.
  6. In the same dialog, make sure that JAVA_HOME exists in your user variables or in the system variables and it is set to the location of your JDK, e.g. C:Program FilesJavajdk1.5.0_02 and that %JAVA_HOME%bin is in your Path environment variable.
  7. Open a new command prompt (Winkey + R then type cmd) and run mvn --version to verify that it is correctly installed.

Unix-based Operating Systems (Linux, Solaris and Mac OS X)

  1. Extract the distribution archive, i.e. apache-maven-3.0.4-bin.tar.gz to the directory you wish to install Maven 3.0.4. These instructions assume you chose /usr/local/apache-maven. The subdirectory apache-maven-3.0.4 will be created from the archive.
  2. In a command terminal, add the M2_HOME environment variable, e.g. export M2_HOME=/usr/local/apache-maven/apache-maven-3.0.4.
  3. Add the M2 environment variable, e.g. export M2=$M2_HOME/bin.
  4. Optional: Add the MAVEN_OPTS environment variable to specify JVM properties, e.g. export MAVEN_OPTS='-Xms256m -Xmx512m'. This environment variable can be used to supply extra options to Maven.
  5. Add M2 environment variable to your path, e.g. export PATH=$M2:$PATH.
  6. Make sure that JAVA_HOME is set to the location of your JDK, e.g. export JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk1.5.0_02 and that $JAVA_HOME/bin is in your PATH environment variable.
  7. Run mvn --version to verify that it is correctly installed.

Optional configuration

Maven will work for most tasks with the above configuration, however if you have any environmental specific configuration outside of individual projects then you will need to configure settings. The following sections refer to what is available.


Maven has a settings file located in the Maven installation and/or user home directory that configure environmental specifics such as:

  • HTTP proxy server
  • repository manager location
  • server authentication and passwords
  • other configuration properties

For information on this file, see theSettings reference

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As of Maven 2.1.0+, you can encrypt passwords in your settings file, however you must first configure a master password. For more information on both server passwords and the master password, see theGuide to Password Encryption.


As of Maven 2.0.9+, you can build a project using a specific version of JDK independent from the one Maven is running with. For more information, see theGuide to Using Toolchains.

Latest Java Releases

Release 1.70 is now available for download.

This is primarily a feature release with additional performance improvements. The ASN.1 library should now support all tag classes correctly. Support has also been added for constructed BIT STRINGs. The release also adds the NIST PQC alternate candidate SPHINCS+ to the low-level API as well as the LEA block cipher. Support has also been added for OpenPGP Session Keys, as well as direct support for NotationDataOccurances, Exportable, Revocable, IntendedRecipientFingerPrints, and AEAD algorithm preferences has been added to PGPSignatureSubpacketVector. Support has also been added for ETSI TS 103 097, 'Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)' certificates, SHA-3 PLAIN ECDSA in CMS, and external PSK handshakes in TLS. The PGP API now reads S-Expression based keys in the format described for GPG 2.2.X. In terms of bug fixes, a concurrent modification issue in session contexts has been fixed, the BC PKCS12 keystore now always uses the BC provider for decryption, encoding errors with IES AlgorithmParameters have been fixed, an output estimation error for getOutputSize() on the ECIES Cipher has been corrected, and PGPPublicKey.getBitStrength() now properly recognises EdDSA keys. In addition a system property has been added to deal with TLS SNI issues where the host name does not propagate in the JVM.

Further details on other additions and bug fixes can be found in the release notes file accompanying the release.

Packaging Change (users of 1.68 or earlier): BC 1.69 introduced a new jar, bcutil-*.jar, which is a collection of classes which do not need to be in the JCE provider jar, but are used by the other APIs. You will find you will need to add the bcutil jar to the class path if you are using the other BC APIs.

Java Version Details With the arrival of Java 15. jdk15 is not quite as unambiguous as it was. The jdk15on jars are compiled to work with anything from Java 1.5 up. They are also multi-release jars so do support some features that were introduced in Java 9, Java 11, and Java 15. If you have issues with mulit-release jars see the jdk15to18 release jars below.

Change Warning (users of 1.68 or earlier): The BKS-V1 KeyStore format is now disabled by default. See releasenotes for 1.69 for details to turn it on if required.

Change Warning (users of 1.52 or earlier): The PEM Parser now returns an X509TrustedCertificate block when parsing an openssl trusted certificate, the new object was required to allow the proper return of the trusted certificate's attribute block. Please also see the porting guide for advice on porting to this release from much earlier ones (release 1.45 or earlier).

Further Note (users of Oracle JVM 1.7 or earlier, users of 'pre-Java 9' toolkits): As of 1.63 we have started including signed jars for 'jdk15to18', if you run into issues with either signature validation in the JCE or the presence of the multi-release versions directory in the regular 'jdk15on' jar files try the 'jdk15to18' jars instead. Please also note the JCE certificate in the public access versions of Oracle Java 6 (6u45) and Oracle Java 7 (7u80) is expiring on the 20th April this year (2020). Oracle does distribute JVMs for Java 6 and Java 7 with a newer, and stronger, certificate to holders of Java Support Contracts.

Others have contributed to this release, both with code and/or financially and you can find them listed in the contributors file. We would like to thank holders of Crypto Workshop support contracts for additional time that was contributed back to this release through left over consulting time provided as part of their support agreements. Thank you, one and all!

If you're interested in grabbing the lot in one hit (includes JCE, JCE provider, light weight API, J2ME, range of JDK compatibility classes, signed jars, fries, and king prawns...) download crypto-170.tar.gz or, otherwise if you are only interested in one version in particular, see below. Early access to our FIPS hardened version of the Java APIs is now available for both BC-FJA 1.0.3 and BC-FJA 2.0.0 as well, contact us at [email protected] for further information.

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Get a support contract through Crypto Workshop. We have found two things that distinguish our support contract holders from our regular user base. Developers with access to a support contract are more likely to raise an issue with us early rather than try and muddle through, and developers with access to a support contract also take a more active interest in the beta releases, both FIPS and non-FIPS. The second one is useful as it means any issues or shortfalls in the beta are able to be fixed while the updates are still in beta. The first one is a real cost saver as it does not lead to us receiving emails starting with 'Our development team has spent (some number of) weeks trying to work out...' It is much cheaper to have a support contract!

Signed JAR files

From release 1.40 some implementations of encryption algorithms were removed from the regular jar files at the request of a number of users. Jars with names of the form *-ext-* still include these (at the moment the list is: NTRU).

ProviderClean room JCE
and provider
ASN.1 Utility ClassesPKIX/CMS/EAC/PKCS
JDK 1.5 - JDK 1.15bcprov-jdk15on-170.jar
JDK 1.5 - JDK 1.8bcprov-jdk15to18-170.jar
JDK 1.4bcprov-jdk14-170.jar
bcutil-jdk14-170.jarbcpkix-jdk14-170.jarbcmail-jdk14-170.jarbcpg-jdk14-170.jarbctls-jdk14-170.jar (low-level only)bctest-jdk14-170.jar
JDK 1.3bcprov-jdk13-170.jar
JDK 1.2bcprov-jdk12-170.jar

The following signed provider jars are provided so that you can make use of the debug information in them. In the case of the non-provider jars (bcpkix, bcpg, and bcmail), the jar files do not need to be signed to work. You can rebuild them with debug turned on, or operate directly from the source, if you need.

Providers with debug
JDK 1.5 - JDK 1.15bcprov-debug-jdk15on-170.jarbcprov-ext-debug-jdk15on-170.jar
JDK 1.5 - JDK 1.8bcprov-debug-jdk15to18-170.jarbcprov-ext-debug-jdk15to18-170.jar
JDK 1.4bcprov-debug-jdk14-170.jarbcprov-ext-debug-jdk14-170.jar

Sources and JavaDoc

JDK 1.5 - JDK
JDK 1.4 (low-level only)
ASN.1 and Utility Classes
JDK 1.5 - JDK
JDK 1.5 - JDK
JDK 1.5 - JDK
JDK 1.5 - JDK
JCE with provider and lightweight APILightweight API
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  1. The tar archives were created using GNU tar (some versions of Solaris tar will have problems extracting them)
  2. The J2ME source distribution includes zips for the class files

You can find the release notes, documentation, and specifications here.

You can find checksums for confirming the integrity of the distributions here

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Beta Access
The current working betas, when available, for the next release for JDK 1.5 to JDK 1.15 can be found at If you need a beta to be made available for another version of Java please ask by emailing [email protected]

Maven Access
The BC jars are now mirrored on the Maven central repository. You can find them at

GIT Access
Just want to look at the source? The source code repository is now mirrored on GitHub and accessible from here. The repository can be cloned using either
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