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    Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    Gentlemen, I think this article has an interest in each and every one of you. No one wants to get infected with malware, do they?

    The government has decided that Java holds too much of a risk to be worth using, even to Macusers and us Linux users.

    http://www.zdnet.com/homeland-securi...ix-7000009785/

    If you want to disable Java and use Firefox, do this:

    http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/...Java%20applets

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    Norton has emailed me to say that the Java vulnerability is not a problem for those using their protection.

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    I read the risk was 7.0+, version 6 and down is safe.

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    "The vulnerability affects versions of Java 7, and does not apply to Java 6."

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/20251...ns-remain.html

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    How will I play Minecraft?????

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    Been wondering this since Firefox crashed the other day due to a problematic plugin which turned out to be Java version 7 I freshly upgraded to. I disabled it, then re-enabled it, and so far no problem.

    Is there REALLY a problem? Or is it the browsers which are too 'sensitive' about the plugin, likewise the problems with some antivirus programs against some harmless programs?
    come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
    we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    Well Chrome doesn't have Java problems at least.

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    Quote Originally Posted by freefall View Post
    Been wondering this since Firefox crashed the other day due to a problematic plugin which turned out to be Java version 7 I freshly upgraded to. I disabled it, then re-enabled it, and so far no problem.

    Is there REALLY a problem? Or is it the browsers which are too 'sensitive' about the plugin, likewise the problems with some antivirus programs against some harmless programs?
    Frefall, the experts say that Java contains too many security holes to consider safe to use. Hackers, and those who wish to plant trojans and the like, can utilize those holes.

    I think it better to disable Java completely, unless you have a compelling reason (like GamerBear's) to keep it enabled.

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    Re: Homeland Security Deems Java a risk to everyone (article)

    Thanks for that mate

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