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New Java vulnerability is being exploited in the wild; disable the plugin or change your security settings

thenextweb.com
A new Java 0-day vulnerability has been discovered that is being exploited in the wild. If you use Java, you can either uninstall/disable the plugin to protect your computer or set your security settings to “High” and avoid approving malicious applets. This latest flaw was first discovered by security firm...
New Java vulnerability is being exploited in the wild; disable the plugin or change your security settings

Oracle ships emergency Java 7 Update 17 to patch two vulnerabilities after one is exploited in the wild

thenextweb.com
Mere hours after news broke that five new vulnerabilities had been found, Oracle on Monday announced the release of Java 7 Update 17 to address two vulnerabilities. The patch is being shipped out of schedule because Oracle was notified one of the flaws was being “actively exploited by attackers to...
Oracle ships emergency Java 7 Update 17 to patch two vulnerabilities after one is exploited in the wild

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

9to5mac.com
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

Another Java flaw exploited, security researchers warn

www.pcworld.com
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

Researchers discover new, in-use vulnerability in Java

www.electronista.com
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...
Researchers discover new, in-use vulnerability in Java
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