Security Explorations CEO Adam Gowdiak told Softpedia that it tested the flaw in the original release of Java 7, as well as in Java 7 Updates 11 and 15. Java 7 Update 15 is the latest version released last week. "When combined, the flaws can be leveraged to achieve a complete bypass of the Java security sandbox," Softpedia wrote.Once again unless you absolutely need it remove Java from your system.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Well it's been 15 minutes
Time for another Java security flaw -
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