Yet another Java vulnerability discovered, researchers recommend disabling browser plug-in

Yet another Java vulnerability discovered, researchers recommend disabling browser plug-in

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New Following an attack on a smaller number of corporate Macs that exploited exploited a flaw in the Java browser plug-in, researchers from security firm FireEye are warning users of yet another new Java zero-day vulnerability. According to a blog post published yesterday (via IDG), browsers running Java v1.6 Update...
Yet another Java vulnerability discovered, researchers recommend disabling browser plug-in
                                       

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