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Oracle Says It’s Making Progress On Java Security

Oracle Says It’s Making Progress On Java Security

By Zach Walton October 1, 2013

Java became somewhat of a punching bag in the security researcher community earlier this year after numerous vulnerabilities were found in the software. After what must have been an embarrassing few months, Oracle announced in June that it would make …

Java Patch Didn't Fix Everything Java Patch Didn't Fix Everything

Microsoft and Oracle both released patches this week for zero-day exploits found in Internet Explorer 8 and Java. If you still use Internet Explorer 8 or below, you should probably download the fix available via Windows Update. As for Java, …

Zero-Day Remote Exploit Found On Linksys Routers Zero-Day Remote Exploit Found On Linksys Routers
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When it rains, it pours. That seems to be trend in 2013 when it comes to zero-day exploits being found in the wild. Microsoft and Oracle are just getting around to patching zero-day exploits found in Internet Explorer and Java …

Internet Explorer Zero-Day Exploit Gets Fixed Today Internet Explorer Zero-Day Exploit Gets Fixed Today

Earlier this month, Internet Explorer 8 was hit with a pretty nasty zero-day exploit. Microsoft sprung to action with a quick fix, but there wasn’t a permanent patch solution available just yet. That day has finally come with the patch …

Java Hit With Another Zero-Day Exploit Java Hit With Another Zero-Day Exploit
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2012 was not a good year for Oracle. After losing a major lawsuit against Google, the company had to deal with a dangerous zero-day exploit that was found in Java. It fixed the problem, but a new exploit is always …

Use IE8? You'll Want This Exploit Fix Use IE8? You'll Want This Exploit Fix

Microsoft would love it if you used Internet Explorer 9, or IE10 on Windows 8. That’s not going to happen, however, as many users are still on Windows XP where Internet Explorer 8 reigns supreme. Those users are now under …

Zero-Day Exploit Hits Internet Explorer Zero-Day Exploit Hits Internet Explorer
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It’s kind of cliche these days to make fun of Internet Explorer and its numerous security problems. Microsoft has put a lot of effort into the latest iterations of their Internet browser, and IE10 is by all accounts really secure. …

Java Has Already Been Compromised... Again Java Has Already Been Compromised... Again

Oracle released a security alert yesterday in response to the recently discovered zero-day vulnerabilities that affected Java. Security Explorations were the first to discover the exploit back in April, but Oracle wasn’t going to fix it until their hand was …

Download This Java Exploit Patch Now Download This Java Exploit Patch Now
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It was brought to the Internet’s attention on Monday that Java was susceptible to a pretty nasty exploit that could see a user’s PC infected with malware. It was later revealed this morning that Java knew about the exploit since …

Oracle Knew About Current Java Exploits Since April Oracle Knew About Current Java Exploits Since April

We brought you news on Monday that hackers were using two big zero-day exploits in Java to install malware on victims’ PCs. Due to Oracle’s tiered update process, we won’t see a potential fix until October. As it turns out, …

Java Gets Hit With A Zero-Day Exploit Java Gets Hit With A Zero-Day Exploit
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Java is in everything. It’s in your browser at this very moment. The Java plug-in that is powering a lot of the Web also features one nasty exploit. The latest zero-day exploit should remain a topic of concern. The folks …

Yahoo Messenger Webcam Zero-Day Exposed

Online chatter about a vulnerability in Yahoo Messenger has proven accurate, as a flaw in the service’s Webcam capabilities can be exploited.