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Oracle's fix for zero-day Java flaw to be available 'shortly'

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In response to the discovery of a Java 7 flaw that prompted Apple to disable the software in OS X, Oracle issued a statement saying it is currently working on a fix and will release the patch soon....
Oracle's fix for zero-day Java flaw to be available 'shortly'

Facebook unveils new search tool (week in review)

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Social network puts its faith in Graph Search, and the Internet mourns the passing of a Web activist. Also: Java flaw fixed -- or was it? [Read more]...
Facebook unveils new search tool (week in review)

Recently patched Java flaw already targeted in mass attacks, researchers say

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A recently patched Java remote code execution vulnerability is already being exploited by cybercriminals in mass attacks to infect computers with scareware, security researchers warn.The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2013-2423, was one of the 42 security issues fixed in Java 7 Update 21 that was released by Oracle last week,...
Recently patched Java flaw already targeted in mass attacks, researchers say

Two More Mac Trojans Discovered, But Don't Panic

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Two benign Trojans target Apple's Mac OS exploiting the same Java flaw patched last week....
Two More Mac Trojans Discovered, But Don't Panic

New Java exploit sells for $5000 on black web; possible threat to millions of PCs

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For Oracle, it's deja vu all over again. Just days after it released a patch for a serious security flaw discovered last week in its Java programming language, the software is making headlines again because another previously unpublicized flaw in the program threatens the security of millions of PCs...
New Java exploit sells for $5000 on black web; possible threat to millions of PCs

New Java flaw could hit 1 billion users

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A new Java vulnerability has surfaced that apparently affects all Java runtimes and therefore puts close to a billion users at risk. [Read more]...
New Java flaw could hit 1 billion users

Security Flaw In Java Code Being Used To Attack Computers Now

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Another loophole in Java, one of the bits of code that underpins the Net, is being exploited by hackers right now. A serious, so-called zero-day vulnerability in Java has been found by the digital security firm FireEye. The company says it is currently being exploited for malicious purposes, and...
Security Flaw In Java Code Being Used To Attack Computers Now

Another Java flaw exploited, security researchers warn

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A new exploit for a previously unknown and unpatched Java vulnerability is being actively used by attackers to infect computers with malware, according to researchers from security firm FireEye. "We observed successful exploitation against browsers that have Java v1.6 Update 41 and Java v1.7 Update 15 installed," FireEye researchers...
Another Java flaw exploited, security researchers warn

Cybercriminals using digitally signed Java exploits to trick users

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Security researchers warn that cybercriminals have started using Java exploits signed with digital certificates to trick users into allowing the malicious code to run inside browsers. A signed Java exploit was discovered Monday on a website belonging to the Chemnitz University of Technology in Germany that was infected with...
Cybercriminals using digitally signed Java exploits to trick users

Recently patched Java flaw already targeted in mass attacks

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A recently patched Java remote code execution vulnerability is already being exploited by cybercriminals in mass attacks to infect computers with scareware, security researchers warn....
Recently patched Java flaw already targeted in mass attacks

Unpatched Java flaw hit in targeted attacks, researchers say

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Attackers are exploiting a new and unpatched vulnerability that affects the latest version of Java -- Java 7 Update 6 -- in order to infect computers with malware, according to researchers from security vendor FireEye....
Unpatched Java flaw hit in targeted attacks, researchers say
Yet another Java flaw allows "complete" bypass of security sandbox

Java flaw draws Web attacks, reports say

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A vulnerability in the Java software has the potential to affect a wide swath of computer users, and researchers warn that it's already being exploited "in the wild." [Read more]...
Java flaw draws Web attacks, reports say

Java exploit: Asian hackers behind first attacks, says Symantec

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'Nitro' gang said to be behind first attacks using zero-day Java flaw used to spread malwareAn Asian hacker group dubbed "Nitro", because its previous targets include chemicals manufacturing companies, was behind the first attacks to exploit a flaw in Oracle's Java software, says the security company Symantec.Although little is known...
Java exploit: Asian hackers behind first attacks, says Symantec

After Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft computers compromised, Google launches 'Help for hacked sites' series

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Google on Tuesday announced the launch of its new “Help for hacked sites” informational series. The company says the goal is to help all levels of site owners understand how they can recover their site in the unfortunate event it is compromised. The new series consists of a dozen articles...
After Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft computers compromised, Google launches 'Help for hacked sites' series
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