Friday, 18 July 2014

Company "Oracle" launches a security update for the Java platform in order to fill 20 Vulnerability

Oracle Corporation has announced the launch of a security update for the Java platform to bridge the 20 serious security loophole.

The company explained that the U.S. These gaps appeared in versions of Java allocated to the operating system and the Windows and Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris. Therefore, they recommend that users need to install the new update on their computers or disable the Java runtime environment.

Due to the recurrence of the serious security vulnerabilities in the Java platform, the Federal Office for Safety of Information Technology advised to disable Java runtime environment, plus it can be uninstalled Java program from the computer completely, and re-install it again when you need it. The user can download the update via the new security link:

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