Researchers discover new, in-use vulnerability in Java

Researchers discover new, in-use vulnerability in Java

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New A new vulnerability has been discovered in the latest versions of Java, v1.6 Update 41 and v1.7 Update 15, say researchers from security firms FireEye and Kaspersky Lab. Critically the bug is already being exploited in order to download and install a remote access tool, "McRAT," on targeted computers. The...
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