Security experts on Java: Fixing zero-day exploit could take 'two years'
The vulnerability potentially put over 850 million PCs at risk, and was serious enough to warrant separate warnings from the US government, Apple, and Mozilla, each of which either took action themselves to disable Java plug-ins, or advise users not to
Java isn't good for your for your computer's health right now. It can mess it up pretty bad. Bad enough that the Department of Homeland Security is warning us all to turn it off. OK, but how do you do that? Fortunately, it's not that
Oracle has released Java 7 Update 11 to address recently discovered vulnerabilities in its software.
Security experts are recommending users disable or uninstall Java following the discovery of a Java exploit which can give hackers control of your computer.
Oracle said it is preparing an update to address a flaw in its widely used Java software after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security urged computer users to disable the program.